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    Active Member One Ring charmer47's Avatar
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    Intake cam Realignment

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    Hello, I have a code P1340-17748 Camshaft position sensor(G40)/Engine speed sensor (G28): Incorrect correlation. My car runs rough and i have multiple misfires on bank 1 ,I pop my valve cover off and I noticed my intake cam looks to be off 1 tooth, Cam lock bar is on and my crank and cams line up. Is there a way to realign my intake cam? Counting the links the exhaust side is lined up with the arrow but intake side is off, The picture on the left is the exhaust and the right is the intake.... Thanks
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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Check this out. One of the simplest visualations I recall seeing.
    http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index...8/P1340/004928


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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Pic 2 shows timing mark is way off. How did it happen?

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    Bank 1 passenger side? Then YES you can do it without removing the timing belt. It's kind of a bitch but you can do it. But that's off at least a tooth, better get that straightened out, if it goes much further off you bend a valve or 9.
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    Veteran Member Three Rings m_haiser's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollerton View Post
    Bank 1 passenger side? Then YES you can do it without removing the timing belt. It's kind of a bitch but you can do it. But that's off at least a tooth, better get that straightened out, if it goes much further off you bend a valve or 9.
    haha a valve or 9

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    Active Member One Ring charmer47's Avatar
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    The intake cam was like that when i purchased the car, I had the car for about 2 weeks.

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    Active Member One Ring charmer47's Avatar
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    No worries, I have another engine in my garage...Hahaha



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