2004 toyota highlander 4cyl stalling in neutral/drive

Benn Diagnostician Minnesota Posted   Latest   Edited  
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2004 Toyota Highlander 3.3L (3MZ-FE) 5-spd (U151E)
P0335 — Crankshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit
P0340 — Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit Bank 1 or Single Sensor
Stalling In Neutral
Stall

First time poster 2004 toyota highlander 4cyl stalls every time I try to put in neutral or drive. Reverse ok crank sensor dtc. i plan on picoscope my signals at ecu just thought if anyone ran into this. 200k miles

Stalls out when shifting to neutral or drive

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Randy Owner/Technician
Florida
Randy
 

Your stalling symptoms are classic of a brittle and cracked air intake bellow.

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Alejandro Technician
California
Alejandro
   

I remember having an intermittent stalling on a Tacoma. Cleaning the MAF fixed the stalling. Also check the function of the IAC. If it doesn’t have an ISC clean the throttle body. If you have a CKP DTC try moving the ckp harness and see if it stalls.

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Robert Technician
Michigan
Robert
   

Classic Toyota codes P0335 & P0340 sets both together from bad battery or bad charging if DTCs & stalling not related .Just throwing it out there .

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Benn Diagnostician
Minnesota
Benn Update
 

Bypassed. Eb-2 connector when I had time to get back on it also hvac was dead n fuel/coolant gauges inoperative thanks for the input from all! Another one to put in the fix bank

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Benn Diagnostician
Minnesota
Benn Resolution
 

EB-2 connector corroded n loose connections I bypassed it all together n all’s good never had cam/crank codes after that I’m sure those dtcs were not related to stall..I’m new to this network so wasn’t sure how post resolution thanks to all that responded

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