Vehicle is a 2003 Dodge Neon with 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine, 4 speed automatic transaxle. Odometer reading is 290,001 miles. I have posted previously about problems / failures of the cam position sensor on this vehicle. P0340 camshaft position sensor The cam position sensor and 3 wire electrical connector at the sensor was replaced in January, 2016. That eliminated the cam sensor problem with code P0340. Now I am starting to randomly get code P0344, intermittent signal from cam position sensor. Since I replaced the wiring harness connector and soldered all splices and used 2 layers of insulation on each of the 3 soldered wires, I do not suspect a shorted nor open wire in the harness. I think the problem is the sensor. I have driven the vehicle 9000 miles since sensor replacement. The sensor was a BWD aftermarket item from O'Reilly auto. I went with this replacement versus an OEM sensor because of the lifetime free replacement. Looks like I will get to use that warranty. I would not have such a guarantee on an OEM Mopar parts. Nine thousand miles is way too short a life expectancy from this sensor in my o Over the life of this vehicle (13 years) I have replaced the cam sensor at least 4 times and in 2 of those instances used OEM Mopar sensors. Life expectancy was a little better with a Mopar part but still less than 100,000 miles. I wonder if the sensor design is poor and heat related failures are common regardless if OEM or aftermarket? By contrast the cam position sensor on my 2000 Grand Voyager with 3.3 liter V6 with 179,000 miles is original and has not failed. But it is a different design. The crankshaft position sensor on the Neon is original and has not failed nor set a crank sensor trouble code.