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Old 03-29-2012, 07:39 PM
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Default N52 camshaft timing change why ??

Timing why it is change
E60 2006 N52
every time I adjusting camshaft it is change

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What do u mean? Timing never change alone.
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:11 PM
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Thanks maxspeed

after adjusting camshaft within about one Hours Running Engine it give me p0341 code &
adjusting camshaft change
is it from Sprocket
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check for wear in the camshaft bearing caps(compression rings cause a channel and u will have an internal oil leak ) , check and blow air thru both vanos solenoids , check oil filter insert (oil filter slides in, make sure its there ) ,
all this providing u set the timming right
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Worn out
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The change between camshaft & crankshaft
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Worn out
What ????
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Bolt on the vanos unit to the camshafts stretch, make sure you install new ones
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In our market we have had issues with the crank bolt comming loose giving enough movement to give a crank cam correlation fault. If this is the case replace the crank bolt and vanos bolts and reset the timming.
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can you change vanos tanshener and will work coreekttttttttttttt baby bay
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