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The trouble code is described in the repair manual as a problem with the V V T(variable valve timing) bank 1, this is the cylinder head closest to the firewall. There is a deviation between the crank position sensor and the vvt sensor on the camshaft, I would suggest rechecking the belt timing again, especially on the bank 1 side, make sure that all the electrical connectors are plugged in for the cam and crank sensors.
The camshaft position sensors are mounted on the heads externally, they are attached with a 10mm bolt, they are located towards the rear of the heads, they also have an electrical connector on them.
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Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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