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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To my understanding, on an Audi A4, error code P1392 indicates camshaft sensor circuit. This could be a faulty sensor the camshafts are not correctly timed. 90s Audis are not very common in my country but from what I can gather:
The mark for the crankshaft gear is on the cover you have to remove in order to get at the timing belt. The sprocket you may be having trouble with is the intermediate shaft (in front of the water pump) and I don't believe that one matters at all since it doesn't drive any of the cams. The intake cams are driven by a chain off of the exhaust cam shaft so only the exhaust cam is driven directly by the timing belt.
Additionally, you may benefit from the Audi A4 Service Manual and/or Audi A4 Cabriolet Workshop Manual.
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Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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Intente el booting al modo seguro, vea si usted puede conseguir en Windows. si usted puede, intentar un restablecimiento del sistema a una fecha anterior en que el sistema trabajó normalmente. Si usted no puede patear al modo seguro, no intenta el booting al CD de XP, no va a la consola de la recuperación, no funciona con el comando CHKDSK /P después no vea si el sistema patea normalmente. Si nada de ése ayuda, funcionar diagnósticos en el HDD y ver si se detectan algunas faltas. Si la impulsión falla, después substituya la impulsión.
Try booting to the safe mode, see if you can get into Windows. if you can, try a system restore to an earlier date when the system worked normally. If you cannot boot to the safe mode, try booting to the XP CD, go to Recovery Console, run the command CHKDSK /P then see if the system will boot normally. If none of that helps, run diagnostics on the HDD and see if any failures are detected. If the drive fails, then replace the drive.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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