Tried to post this question a few hours back, but cant find it anymore.
Long story short, i had some training from Steve, and decided to save up for a Picoscope. The library is amazing, and as far as i had understood from the AMT Bootcamp, i only need a picoscope and an internet connection. But last week we got a call that we would get a car in the shop where we had to check the timing. So i thought, we can do this non evasive as Steve thought us. So i went online, bought myself a 3404B scope and hooked it up this morning.
Unfortunatly, i have no library acces, as this scope isnt an automotive one.
So i asked pico, and they cant help me, they stated however that i can ask you guys for help.
So i have this car:
2010 CAXA engine
1.4 TSI 122 BHP
Channel 1, Camshaft
Channel 2, Crankshaft
Between the rising edge from the missing tooth to the rising edge of the small camshaft signal, is 80 degrees. This is while the car is idleing.
When i take of the connector of the Variable Timing solenoid, it will stay the same. At that point the Snapon will tell me that the camshaft is at 19.5 Degrees timing.
Hopefully someone can help me out so this isnt a complete waste of time
Thank you guys alot.