Q: Getting P0341 error code

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The car does not make any noises just a small squeaking sometimes louder, a bit loss of power in exceleration (don't think it's a problem with timing chain). The check engine light turns on and off. The cam sensor does not have noticeable damage. The battery has not been changed in over 3 years, I believe. Also the radio turns on and off, which has been happening for a while. That is all I can think of right now, might be all of it. Thank you.

My car has 205500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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