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Software tells me cylinders 2 and 6 not in sync leading me to think it might be the sensor on the crankshaft is faulty.Can anyone tell me if this is a big job for a garage to do Thanks 

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On 2/18/2021 at 9:18 AM, B16LLC said:

Software tells me cylinders 2 and 6 not in sync leading me to think it might be the sensor on the crankshaft is faulty.Can anyone tell me if this is a big job for a garage to do Thanks 

Is this the diagnosis from an error code? Are you noticing anything untoward when the engine is running? Is there vibration and can you detect a misfire?

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2 hours ago, Brechin Slate said:

Is this the diagnosis from an error code? Are you noticing anything untoward when the engine is running? Is there vibration and can you detect a misfire?

Slight misfire very fine but software tells me cylinder 2&6 slightly out of sync I just thought it would be the sensor on the crankshaft not communicating properly with the ecu BUT this is not my area of expertise.

Jim 

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What GS do you have? Series II with an inline 6 engine, or a series III with a V6?

I wouldn't jump to conclusions about it being a crank sensor. Could well be an ignition or fuel injector issue.

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Straight 6 ,think I will replace camshaft and crankshaft sensors and see if there is a difference won't do any harm Both sensors are easy to access and reasonably easy I believe to change.I am upgrading my software to main dealer software on a laptop it may help identify the problem.The car is really sluggish and I feel a slight vibration over 50 

 

Jim 

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9 hours ago, B16LLC said:

Straight 6 ,think I will replace camshaft and crankshaft sensors and see if there is a difference won't do any harm Both sensors are easy to access and reasonably easy I believe to change.I am upgrading my software to main dealer software on a laptop it may help identify the problem.The car is really sluggish and I feel a slight vibration over 50 

Jim 

 

What are your codes, P0302 and P0306?

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