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Old 09-01-2003, 12:05 AM   #3
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Originally posted by Alan
The crank position sensor sends a signal to the ECU that fires the ignition coils. So the only "timing" adjustments would be to check that the Crank Position Sensor is firmly mounted, that the toothed wheel has not lost any teeth, and that the camshaft timing belt has not slipped. See page EN-194 in volume 3 of the Service manual.
, this car was hit in the front which caused it to skip timing. BTW, I have no service manual, that's why I was asking. I already have it on now.

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