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If the engine or braking systems have a fault that may reduce engine torque or reduce braking ability, the car may not be able to correct itself during a skid.
You may have faults stored in the ABS module also. Can your tool access the ABS control module? ABS codes are not OBD2, like the Powertrain codes are.

Whenever there are Camshaft position codes on a MultiAir, the first thing to check is the motor oil (as the valvetrain uses oil pressure to change valve lift & cam timing.
This is the 'B' camshaft. 3 of the 4 codes having to do with the 'B' sensor. The 'slow response' code may be the cause of the other three due to the fact that the camshaft position isn't where it is expected to be at a given instant (because of slow response).

The oil should be a 0W-20 synthetic meeting Chrysler MS-6395 (read the back label of the jug). In cold weather especially, oil can thicken and slow the reaction time of the hydraulics.
There is also a hydraulic actuator 'cleaning' operation that can be done with a capable tool:


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You are correct. 5W-20.
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Try the solenoid cleaning next? The slow response may be causing the other codes to set.
 
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