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Are there any codes in the computer?
Got it! Thank you for that information. The most common cause for this condition would be a faulty camshaft position sensor, crankshaft position sensor or a valve timing problem. (incorrect valve timing)
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Excellent! The next step is to check the cam and crank signals while the engine is running.
YES, it is possible. But based on my experience, this would be due to bad tune up parts.. which you have already replaced. Unless of course you have bad new parts.