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    Thread: P1340 - Camshaft Position Sensor (G40) / Engine Speed Sensor (G28): Incor. Correlation

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      MKIV '00 VW GTI GLX VR6
      07-14-2012 09:55 AM #1
      Ok, mechanically the timing is perfect. The crank pully and block timing marks are aligned and the cam lock easliy fits is in. new chain kit and the slack is tight in the front and loose in back with the tensionor bolt out. the intermediate shaft gear has slight wear. swapped both crank and cam sensers. still no luck.

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      New 04 pd100 Old setup 94 JTI Vrt 60-1 .58ar exh obd2 440 racefile 20psi/meth
      07-14-2012 08:17 PM #2
      Bad ground or ecu
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      MKIV '00 VW GTI GLX VR6
      10-04-2012 11:53 AM #3
      Its been flashed or chipped... taken it to a shop to see if I can re program to oem spec.
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      The VR farm.....
      10-08-2012 01:20 AM #4
      Does it run?
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      MKIV '00 VW GTI GLX VR6
      10-08-2012 10:15 AM #5
      Idles fine, but at low rpms, you notice the difference when acceleration. if I run 'er above 3200 its sounds fine. I might have a problem with the intake manifold shifter rod tough, bad bushings. That is only one symptom, though. After long drives shes raspy.

      did have it flashed back to oem.

      update: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...rs-for-the-afp

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      10-08-2012 11:30 PM #6
      If it ran fine prior to the downshift mishap, then your timing is incorrect after your repair. You need to go over the DIY and verify your timing marks again. The cam timing can be incorrectly set by 180 degrees via cam lock method. The crank pulley TDC mark and cam lock are not fool proof. The notches on the cam gears need to be on top.

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      10-09-2012 11:02 AM #7
      if I am correct, if that were the case, I'd be missing on half my cyclinders
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