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What is the exact code you are getting?
A correlation code is almost never a bad sensor. Usually it is a timing chain or tensioner problem
Do you have a scope? If no the only way is to remove the front cover
Align the timing marks and make sure they align. Broken tensioner. Debris, broken guide. loose chain
Hello, Lou here, different tech, lets step back a few , what is the code number you had exactly. also what is the vin number of the car? thanks, ***** ***** help you with this.
I see the chat is a few days old, please let me know if you still need assistance with this.
ok that is fine, appreciate the reply, I will be on later as well , just give me time to see your reply and get back with you. thanks !, Lou P.
No worries , feel better !