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    Jack I sent the guy here because I was lost as to why no codes?
    He had a G68 code went it stalled but no cam code. Don't know if the G68 was bad or just from over cranking with no start?
    He has RPM on VCDS and the tack moves and has spark. Only bad thing I see is he replaced G68 with one from Auto Zone which is a NO NO! But it seems to be working.
    What has me is he said it back fires at times and compression was only 150. But was using an AZ tool loaner tester for compression.

    I said timing but why no cam sensor & RPM sensor correlation code?

    Good Luck
    Dam right it's a NO NO for FOD I think on G28, especially if wrong or possible wrong air gap etc..

    LOL you are mixing up G68 with those harnesses I have to make you? FYI: I'm still waiting for Wurth WSO out of Germany.
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    Okay not G68!
    And your still an ASS! LOL

    Why no codes??????

    Good Luck

    Okay I just read why no codes.

    "Most stage 2 tunes out there are ignoring the misfire recognition in low rpm range, and which is monitored by g28 in addition they seem to also delete g40 calibrations so it will never report many DTC's."


    I go with timing jumped then.
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    I'm no expert... but that thing sounds WRONG when cranking - potentially like when timing is out

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    Okay not G68!
    And your still an ASS! LOL

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    Take it to STAGE NONE Immediately! & inspect the equipment I aforementioned..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    SLMC .....that is You Are or You're not "Yours"...... truly!
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    Take it to STAGE NONE Immediately! & inspect the equipment I aforementioned..........

    Do as I say, not as you think!




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    AYE SIR!

    Joking aside, i have had the ecu turned over to the stock program, not sure if thats what you meant or you meant throw a stock ecu in there (Unfortunately i dont have a spare at the moment)

    When the rain stops i will pull the whole valve cover and timing chain cover off again.

    How would i go about checking to see if the valves are in time?

    EDIT: i see a post that stan posted on vwvortex, the nothes on each end of the cam have to face eachother, got it. as long as it doesnt rain tomorrow ill check this again.
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    The RTFB.......
    Erwin ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    The RTFB.......
    Erwin ......
    I see now,


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    I sent you a link on the basics and it clearly show the tool installed on top of the head and pins of tool in the slots of both cams.
    All this of coarse with timing marks for timing belt lined up and installed.
    You need the tool you can't just let them look like they face each other.
    I myself would want the tool.

    Good Luck

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    Well I pulled it all apart again, didn't see anything out of the ordinary, other than a piece of the failed HPFP stuck in one of the oil valleys in the head(see video link).
    https://youtu.be/FGaAqM2r6Iw

    Set the belt to the timing marks on both crank and cam and the Cam's look to be in time( can't tell for sure without the tool)

    Cam adjuster checked out good it turns with the Cam's and everything.









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    That mark in first picture is off........
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