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I'm thinking less likely the sensor and more likely the exhaust camshaft is out of position. It could be caused by a bad camshaft sensor, but I think that's unlikely. I'm thinking it's more likely that that start-up and quick shutdown left the camshaft at the wrong timing position. But I'm not sure how you can get it back "home".
 

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I'm thinking the problem is that the cam timing doesn't match what the car remembers as the last commanded. I'm sure there's a reset procedure, but I'm not sure what that would be if it can't straighten itself out on it's own.
 
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