I want the transducer, right NOW!
Fat Freddy wrote:No clues as to why number 11?
I would hang out for the WPS. A lot of complaints with noise on the PV350 (although that could probably be filtered), apparently the WPS has better accuracy. Also you will have to make your own probe up for the pv350 (?).
You don't want to fix a Ferrari with a Lada do ya?
I am having difficulty in understanding how the ignition timing can be out on one bank and not the other ? The 5.2motronic has 2 crank sensors spaced 60 deg apart. So if a mechanical issue with the fly wheel should affect both banks? Has any repairs been carried out on the crank sensor looms that could have swapped the pins on one of the sensors which may have moved the ignition timing by approx 6 degrees (one tooth of the fly wheel sensor).
May be worth swapping sensors Bank1 to 2 and see if ignition timing issue shifts to other bank if wiring ok.
Camshaft /phase sensor fitted to bank 1 exhaust if issue or mechanical issue should affect ignition timing in both banks ? What is the affect if disconnected and then engine started.
In you earlier post there were cylinder misfire codes have they been cleared ?
Previouslsly misfire Bank 1 cyls 2 +5 and Bank 2 cyls 7+12 (also cyl 11). If Ignition wasted spark these cylinders may share same coils . And coil output may be weak and or affecting the ignition timing as coil driver attempts to fier the coil ?
I am having difficulty in understanding how the ignition timing can be out on one bank and not the other ? The 5.2motronic has 2 crank sensors spaced 60 deg apart
I mean by the graphic you can see how the spark is ATDC.
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