A damaged cam position sensor (or its wires and connector) can cause intermittent stalling, stumbles, or hard starting.Google+
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Chrysler Concorde Damaged Cam Position Sensor May Cause Engine Problems
Chrysler Concorde Problem
Engines Affected: 3.2L V6, 3.5L V6
Average Mileage: 100,942 mi (40,000 mi - 177,600 mi)
Visitor, 1998 Chrysler Concorde, 3.2L V6, 177,600 mi
car runs fine but seldomly turns off and wont start again after 5-10 minutes just cranks and sounds like battery is dead but its not throws the code 0340 which i know is the cam sensor or crank sensor replaced the can sensor 3 times and replaced the wires connecting to the cam sensor what can it be
Visitor, 2004 Chrysler Concorde, 3.5L V6
Two years ago, my car would occasionally shake when changing gears, notably first into second and around 60 mph. my check engine late came on and spit out the camshaft sensor code. I got it replaced and didn't have any problems with it again until 2 days ago, the car shuddered shifting gears like it did back when i had issues with the camshaft sensor. i had the check engine light checked and sure enough i'm having to get it replaced yet again.
Visitor, 2004 Chrysler Concorde, 3.5L V6, 100,000 mi
code po340 and po344 can sensor defective
Visitor, 2003 Chrysler Concorde, 3.5L V6, 67,000 mi
Replace Cam Shaft Positioning Sensor.
Visitor, 1999 Chrysler Concorde, 3.2L V6, 40,000 mi
Drops one or more cylinders intermittently. Occurs during acceleration, steady state interstate speeds, going around corners, initial acceleration and idle. Will do it repetedly during a single incident or may not do it for a couple of months. Dealer tried to fix oil leak at front of head or cam sensor at low mileage, and it started after that. Eng light kept coming on. Code read cam sensor.
Visitor, 2004 Chrysler Concorde, 3.5L V6, 65,000 mi
Occasionally would fail to start for a few seconds. Wait a minute and would start fine. Check engine light finally showed up and fixed by replacing cam positioning sensor.