I'd pull the cover and look at the timing belt?
no start. ran a compression test/compression is good all around.
after i recieved codes for bank 1 cam sensor and no result after replacing the sensors
any ideas would be greatly appreciated i am hading to buy new plugs in the hope that is the solution\
i dont believe there is and icm on this motor unless im wrong what do you think
well i changed all new cam sensors and i still have the same codes i believe that the wiring might be bad i changed the sensors around all over the place and i did not get a change in codes. i don't believe its another sensor the vag would have caught it. i was thinking of taking the whole wiring harness off unless there is any other ideas.
P0391 VOLKSWAGEN - Camshaft Position Sensor 'B' Circuit Range/Performance Bank 2
you have to pull the valve covers to check cam timing. Its just not a "yea timing is good"
the car is on an inclined driveway and up on jack stands in the front onlyMaster L1 ASE certifiedVW's don't leak oil, they just mark their territory!