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gauge? as in thickness? what are you trying to do?
it should be a 16 , just dont go lower, ive seen 16 gauge that dosent look like its a 16, use your eyes and make sure its the same or bigger, not all 16 is created equal, I would recommend soldering and heat shrink for that, the connectors cause resistance in the circuit, if its not to far from the connector you can get a new connector and wire harness from nissan and or a junk yard that way you only have one splice. let me know if you have any more questions!
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Here is bank 1 and bank 2, let me know if you need help troubleshooting it
ok let me know how that goes and we can go from there
those harnesses are known for rubbing, I would make sure your wires are good.
1. Check the engine oil level and condition. If the engine oil is low, it could set this code.2. Check scan data for the Intake Valve Timing (IVT) degrees on bank 2. The PID will be displayed as INT/V TIM. Look for around 0° +/- 5° at idle. The degrees should go up on acceleration. Compare bank 2 to bank 1.3. Unplug the bank 2 IVT control solenoid valve and turn the key on, check the voltage on the two wires of the solenoid connector to determine which one is the power supply wire to the solenoid. The other wire will be the ground wire controlled by the Engine Control Module (ECM).4. With the engine idling, backprobe and ground the bank 2 IVT control solenoid valve ground wire for a few moments and check if the engine speed drops and runs rough. If so, the solenoid and camshaft sprocket are working. If not, the solenoid could be stuck.5. The resistance of the IVT solenoids is 7.5 ohms at 70° F.
The Engine Control Module (ECM) sends on/off pulse signals to the Intake Valve Timing (IVT) Control Solenoids to vary the intake valve timing depending on the driving status. The ECM monitors the intake camshaft positions to verify that the camshafts are where they are commanded to be.
yes it does it tells the sprocket where to be for better acceleration. and a smoother rpm band, and the wires end up rubbing on the engine and other various spots in the harness and cause all sorts of problems.
I wouldnt rule that as a problem yet, You would see more codes if it were a ecm, I would check the wiring and make sure everything is ok on that front, a small nick or rub is easy to miss
I would just do a full inspection for as much as you can get to, Ive seen weird things with those harnesses over the years
it could have fried the ecm yes
It shouldnt matter because your going to have to program it to that vehicle, if you dont plan on programing it you have to get a bcm and pcm but I dont know how long that would last with out the programing