kentmclean at mindspring.com
Sun Jun 27 06:49:06 EDT 2004
Jim & Michelle wrote:
> Well I've checked for vaccum leaks, ...
> I ran a code check even though the check engine light didn't come on,
> code was 2113 so I put a new dist in since the connector at the dist was
> dried and cracked. I just knew that was the problem. Well It didn't seem
> to help and I still get the same code.
Hmmm... Doing some web searches, I get 2 different explanations
of what DTC 2113 mean.
Scott Mockry's site shows 2113 to be:
2113 (Blink Fault Code), VAG1551/2 Fault Code Number 00515
Hall sender in distributor
Distributor alignment, faulty sender,
Mis-located sensor & distributor
both show this:
DTC 2113 = Camshaft Position Sensor (G 40)
Camshaft Position Sensor (G 40)
No change in signal
Open circuit or short circuit to positive
Signal to positive
Short circuit to ground
Signal to ground
Mechanical malfunction, hall sender defective
Faulty basic setting, or distributor alignment
Cambelt has jumped a tooth
If 1551/1552 Shows sporadic disregard
Since you replaced the distributor (new, but known to
be good?), I'd look at the camshaft position sensor.
In addition, I have found the simplest solution to hesitation
problems to be to put in new spark plugs and spark plug wires.
When were they last replaced?
'94 100 S Avant, 2a
'89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy"
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