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Hi Im David, do you have any fault codes?
A crank sensor is used to monitor the position or rotational speed of the crankshaft. This information is used by engine management systems to control the fuel injection or the ignition system
if you had an issue with the wiring the sensor would not let it start
its not ideal, but its not unusual. as long as it doesnt vary any more than that, but then again you would have a fault code for those 2 sensors being out of synch
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I can certainly assist you if a phone call will be easier.
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On your side does it say someone else accepted your phone offer by chance?
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Before you can have FICM sync you need to have regular sync.
If you aren't getting regular sync I would remove the camshaft sensor and clean the mounting surface all around it and see if this helps.
The only way to test the PCM is with an oscilloscope. Have you replaced the cam sensor or crank sensor yet?
not true. I would begin by replacing the cam sensor. The cam sensor is know to only cause a no start sometimes. It just depends on how the sensor fails. The camshaft sensor has failed many different ways though.
sounds good. Let me know how it goes.