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2002 Kia Sedona not starting - 0335 code - Crankshaft position sensor
Our 2002 Kia Sedona just decided not to start (turns over but does not ignite and run) one afternoon. It is producing 0335 codes (Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit). I replaced it. Still not starting and still producing the same code. (I have cleared the codes many times and after just a few seconds of cranking the code comes back).
When reassembling I saw that the camshaft sensor wires were pinched, so I fixed them. Still no start and still getting the same code.
I went through the whole diagnostic. The harness is okay BUT I am seeing exactly 5.00 volts on the crankshaft and camshaft power supply lines. The manual saves this should be the same as the battery voltage, which is about 12V now. I traced the wires back to the ECM and there are no shorts in the CKPS to ECM harness. All resistances to ground, etc, check out... except for the 5.00 V instead of 12V.
I have not found any bad fuses or relays. HELP! any wisdom here?