Change the crankshaft sensor as well, very common cause of this. Often, it will not set a code.
Not sure why, but the internet seems to think the cam sensor is at fault for this most of the time. This is incorrect, in 99% of cases. They should be changed together. The crankshaft sensor relays timing information to the PCM below 2500 RPM. Above that the camshaft sensor takes over. So, if you are stalling or losing power around 2500 rpm, then its the cam sensor. If you are stalling below that, its the crank sensor. In some cars, the cruise light will come on when this happens, if that is going on, its a dead giveaway, crankshaft sensor.
Also, do not buy your sensors at a crap auto parts store, as they have been proven unreliable, get them from the Dodge dealer. They are much better quality, and cheaper, most of the time.
Last edited by Daytrepper; 01-22-2015 at 12:31 AM.