Join Date: May 2005
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Well apparently not. In fact they have said the received wisdom is that if a certain diagnostic code appears, you replace the crank sensor (cheaper) and if that doesn't cure it, do the cam one. Now, I shall have to ask them why they haven't done the cam sensor - would be reasonable IF it could fail and show synchronisation errors, a waste of time if not. The supplementary is if not, then why did they replace the crank one ......
All I can say is that for reasons I won't bore you with, it is costing them more than me at the moment, which rejects a hypothesis of nest feathering, if not something arguably just as bad .....