2013 Porsche P000A – “A” Camshaft Position Slow Response

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So, the proper approach a tech should take at this point, as per link I posted, replace both sensors, if no go, no joy, suspect engine mech fail.

the actuators are probably on a roll pin design, if the detergent didn't do job, need a visual inspection camera to see the varnish build up.


If no visible build up, suspect chain stretch,. and or cam actuator failure.

in either case, sherlock holmes theory brings us to same result .

So, again, at this point, education slash knowledge of how a VVT system works is essential.

here is a video for your enjoyment.

 

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hint, next time, leave your condescending at the door. In the mean time, take time to realize we do this for free here.

It is kind of as take or leave it type deal.


My greek gf say hello btw.
 

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Since I am not a las vegas betting guy, I dont see this thread going any further until op actually post scan result and actually does the work.
 
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