Curing this code will require more than the timing chain. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
Variable Valve Timing or VVT is a technology that has been around for almost 20 years. This video is sponsored by NGK and NTK.
The appointment will help the company support its expanding client base in the U.S.
These naturally aspirated, DOHC engines are found in Mustang GT, Mustang Boss 302 and F150 models.
Andrew Markel discusses how an oil filter can change the lubrication in the crankshaft or camshaft bearing surfaces. Sponsored by MAHLE.
Andrew Markel discusses misfire codes, and how the camshaft and crankshaft position sensors detect rotational anomalies to set them. Sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
The key to diagnosing many cranking, no-start and stalling problems found on the late-model import is to understand how the crankshaft and camshaft position sensors function and what their mechanical relationship is to each other.
Having to remove valve or front cover of an engine to check engine timing marks can rarely be completed in under an hour on most modern engines. But, capturing the waveforms from the camshaft and crankshaft sensors can be completed in under 30 minutes. This diagnostic approach can also diagnose circuit and sensor problems.
The tool helps ensure camshaft alignment during removal and installation of the timing chain.
Although Hyundai uses a single timing belt on its 2.7L V6 engines, its 3.3L, double-overhead camshaft engine is equipped with one timing chain for each camshaft and one drive chain for the oil pump. At first glance, a timing chain design allows engineers to shorten the overall length of the engine and reduce rotating friction.
Any time you’re dealing with a combustion engine, there’s a chance it will develop a misfire. A better understanding of how computer systems analyze a misfire can make your job that much easier as the service tech.
The most common cause found with immediate illumination of the MIL associated to cam sensor codes has been misalignment between the rear cam gear and timing belt. Illumination of the MIL will occur with the cam being one tooth advanced or retarded.