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Bad coil, p0336, crank relearn.

 
Old 10-23-2017, 08:38 PM
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I have an lt1 with a torqhead 24x conversion.
I had a coil go bad on me (at least i believe considering I got no spark from it). My memory is foggy but I got the p0336 code also.
When I changed the coil it ran better but had some stumbling. I actually did a wot pull for the hell of it and the stumbling went away or mostly I believe.

Few days later I start the car up and same thing. Doesn't want to hold idle unless I'm holding the gas slightly. When I can get it to idle it still seems to have issue and driving it stumbles and is erratic.

So chasing the p0336 without any real searching I had
and extra sensor so I just replaced it. Still the same old crappy idle stumbling etc.

My question is could the dead coil cause the p0336 code and throw my crank sensor out of whack needing a relearn?
On top of that putting a new sensor in would also need a relearn?

What symptoms would u get if a relearn was not done?

Thanks.

Bobby
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Old 03-19-2018, 06:45 PM
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Did u ever figure out this code I just installed the torqhead 24x kit and keep getting the p0336 and a little shake at idle. Code seems to be set every 3rd or 4th startup. I have tried adding a shim to the crank sensor with no change
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Old 03-19-2018, 09:36 PM
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I did not. I haven't worked on it all winter. Guess I would have to figure it out this spring.
What I do know is to make sure the the sensor is centered correclty and shimmed.
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Old 08-10-2018, 08:30 PM
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Turned out to be a bad idle/tuning/misfire.
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