Check Engine Code


#1

Hey everyone

I have a 2000 Mercury Villager with a bucking and stalling problem. The check engine light has been on numerous times and has cost me serious money to replace a distributor, crank sensor, etc. The car still bucks and stalls at stops and another check engine light came on. Got it diagnosed at Advanced Auto that said:

P1336

Manufacturer Control

Ignition System or Misfire

Does someone know what this is?



Nick


#2

Anyone?


#3

My reference program that came with my new CAN OBDII trouble code reader says that P1336 for Ford products is “Crankshaft Position System Variation Not Learned”.


#4

Thanks for the info.
The crank sensor was replaced 2 weeks ago.


#5

If you google P1336, you’ll get several pertinent hits (also, a lot of STUFF you don’t want). This is the clearest one I found (ignore it being about Chevy, it’s still applicable): www.pacific-audio.com/performance/messages/265112.html. It seems that the engine computer will have to be relearned to the crankshaft position sensor with a scan tool.