DTC P0335: Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Circuit
Wiring Diagram
[A]: A/T vehicle 5. Ignition switch 11. “ST” fuse
[B]: M/T vehicle 6. Starting motor 12. “ST” fuse in circuit fuse box
1. CKP sensor 7. “IGN2” fuse 13. “IG” fuse
2. Sensor plate on crankshaft 8. Transmission range switch (A/T vehicle) 14. “IGN1” fuse
3. ECM 9. Relay box 15. To CMP sensor
4. Main relay 10. “FI” fuse      
DTC Detecting Condition and Trouble Area
DTC detecting condition Trouble area
No CKP sensor signal for 2 sec. even if starting motor signal is inputting at engine cranking.
(1 driving cycle detection logic)
CKP sensor circuit open or short
Sensor plate teeth damaged
CKP sensor malfunction, foreign material being attached or improper installation
Engine start signal circuit malfunction
DTC Confirmation Procedure
1) With ignition switch turned OFF, connect scan tool.
2) Turn ON ignition switch and clear DTC using scan tool.
3) Crank engine for 3 – 5 sec.
4) Check DTC and pending DTC.
DTC Troubleshooting
Step Action YES NO
Was “Engine and Emission Control System Check” performed?
Go to Step 2.
CKP sensor and connector for proper installation check
Is CKP sensor installed properly and connector connected securely?
Go to Step 3.
Wire harness and connection check
1) Disconnect connector from CKP sensor with ignition switch turned OFF.
2) Check for proper connection to CKP sensor at “BLU/BLK”, “GRN/RED” and “BLK” wire terminals.
3) If OK, turn ignition switch ON and check for voltage at “BLU/BLK”, “GRN/RED” and “BLK” wire terminals of disconnected CKP sensor connector.
CKP sensor voltage
Terminal “B+”: 10 – 14 V
Terminal “Vout”: 4 – 5 V
Terminal “GND”: 0 V
Is check result satisfactory?
Go to Step 7.
Go to Step 4.
Was terminal “Vout” voltage in Step 3 within specification?
Go to Step 5.
“GRN/RED” wire open or shorted to ground/power supply circuit.
If wire and connection are OK, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.
Ground circuit check
1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Measure resistance between “BLK” wire terminal of CKP sensor connector and engine ground.
Is measured resistance value less than 3 Ω?
Go to Step 6.
“BLK” wire open or high resistance.
Was terminal “B+” voltage in Step 3 within specification?
Go to Step 7.
“BLU/BLK” wire open. If wire and connection are OK, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.
Engine start signal check
1) Check starting motor circuit for opening and short referring to Step 2 of DTC P0616: Starter Relay Circuit Low:M13A with VVT and Step 3 and 4 of DTC P0617: Starter Relay Circuit High:M13A with VVT .
Is result in good condition?
Go to Step 8.
Repair or replace.
CKP sensor check
1) Check CKP sensor and sensor plate tooth referring to Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Inspection:M13A .
Is check result satisfactory?
Substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.
Replace CKP sensor or sensor plate.
Upon completion of inspection and repair work, perform “DTC Confirmation Procedure” and confirm that the trouble has been corrected.