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I have a 2006 dodge ram with a 5.9 diesel and it keeps

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I have a 2006 dodge ram with a 5.9 diesel and it keeps throwing a p0341 camshaft sensor code I had the camshaft sensor replaced in Phoenix this winter still thru the code so they replaced the wiring harness from the camshaft senor to the ECM, still thru the same code then I was told I needed a new ECM to the tune of around $3000. Drove it back to NE had another mechanic look at it he put diagnostic equipment on it and he said I needed a ECM . Today I had the new ECM installed at a dodge dealer in seward NE went to drive away and the check engine light came on it thru a p0341 code again What the hell can it be?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  rpmdiag replied 1 year ago.

Hi, welcome to Just Answer. I’m Ron and I’ll be helping you
Before we get started though, Please understand that I don't know
your skill level or tools you have to assist us. Also understand that
I can't see, smell, hear, or touch the vehicle either, so patience is
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Very frustrating to say the least. I checked All data only to find nothing related to that. BUT, You changed the cam sensor and computer, so what may be left is a wiring issue. It does say "circuit range performance" so we need to check the connections and wiring from the sensor and PCM for signal, ground and signal return. You can use your DVOM for this task.

Thanks, Ron