This is what I found on internet, unfortunately no more. I don't know what
sensor to look at and I love to understand :-)
I've been driving quietly for months and except the oil consumption that
dramatically increased since the last oil service, the engine is still
And, yes, the error code reappears from time to time.
Frustrated regards :-)
I think you have two timing reference sensors on that car. One is a TDC
sensor and the other isn't. Whichever is "sensor A," that signal is
noisy. It could be a bad connector or a bad sensor. I'd clean all the
connectors involved with the timing sensors with DeOxit and then pack them
with dielectric grease if you haven't already packed them all with the
grease. If it doesn't go away, try swapping the A sensor.
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
ETK mentions 3 sensors; two on the camshaft and one on the crankshaft. Only
one of the camshaft's ones is referenced. So, I assume that it's an option
or an old reference not mounted any longer.
I've no idea where they're mounted. There are so muck things looking like
these sensors that it makes difficult to locate the good one.
TIS is no use.
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