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Old 06-11-2010, 05:30 AM   #1
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Engine Throwing 3 Codes, need some advice

I have a 06 tacoma 2.7 auto with about 230k on her, and as of late i've been encountering my 1st mechanical problems. My CEL has come and gone a couple times recently, i finally remembered to put my code scanner in my truck before i went to work so i could pull the codes before they possibly disappeared.
Came up with P0011, P0335 on one instance and then P0016 on another. I did some searching and didn't find anyone experiencing the same issue. I saw the codes relate to camshaft/crankshaft sensor and just needed some guidance on what to do.
As far as anything mechanically wrong with it, the only things i've noticed when i get the CEL is it seems like the rpms stay up around 1.5k even after i left off the gas, but this is only momentarily and doesn't necessarily happen every time i left off the gas. And it seems a little sluggish as well, sometimes it momentarily bogs when i'm in city at about 30-40 mph.
Anyways, any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old 06-11-2010, 05:43 AM   #2
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Sounds like you just need a new crankshaft postion sensor.
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Sensor removal/inspection/installation

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Old 06-11-2010, 05:54 AM   #4
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Ok, awesome. Glad its possibly something as simple as that. I pride myself on the fact my taco has never had any mechanical problems at 230k and this would've hurt my heart a little if it was serious. haha. I'll check it out and Thank you!
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Thank you sir! Are there any preferred toyota parts websites i should direct my business to?
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Ya guys, i can't believe it either. The only thing i have had replaced is a u-joint, so about 80$ total on repairs for a 230k truck. I bought it new and really didn't start racking up the miles until probably 07. I work 3 days a week and drive it about 5k miles a month. An auto zone rewards card yields many 20$ rewards when you change the oil as often as i do!
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