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is the VTC actuator getting correct power and ground ?
you said you tested , did you test outside the car or on the car
i want to look up the codes troubleshoot tree and the wiring diagrams and get back to you on it
you have changed all the correct things ,but let see if we have ,a wiring issue, a timing issue or a defective component
I will let you know , might be in the morning , if that is okay
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ok sounds good, so that leaves bad components out for now
let u know
yes i agree , we don't have a bad actuator
just want make sure we getting correct power to it and it is activating when needed
you should be getting a ground on the actuator connector with car on and engine running , back probe it
are , and it might be intermittent we ecm dropping the ground but intermentily not all the time
if you are not we have ecm problem or the wiring to it , there is nothing left , that will cause it
what cause the timing chain to stretch at 68k only ?
do you what happened , you bought car new or used ?
you can with a scanner, reading live data ,and pull up actuator on screen and watch it
That is really best way doin it