[V8] G40 Timing hall sensor error 2113 - slipped belt?
ekellock at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 11:05:04 EDT 2006
Jeremy, there is a code that will be registered when codes are pulled
without the engine running. Not sure if this fits your scenario or not.
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> [mailto:v8-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of Kneale Brownson
> Sent: Sunday, October 08, 2006 10:28 AM
> To: Jeremy Ward; v8 at audifans.com
> Subject: Re: [V8] G40 Timing hall sensor error 2113 - slipped belt?
> When I did the timing belt on our V8 #2 last fall, I couldn't
> get TDC on #1 piston with the proper "mark" on the crank
> pulley lined up, and I couldn't get the camshaft holder
> plates installed either. To get the plates installed, I had
> to take off the cam covers and turn the engine until the
> marks on the cam gears themselves lined up properly. After
> I removed the
> belt, I could turn the engine to TDC and get the mark on the
> crank pulley aligned with the pointer. So this car ran 60K
> miles from the previous belt job (according to the records I
> got with the car) with the timing off a fair amount. Engine
> seemed a lot more peppy when I drove the car after getting
> the TB job done. Then I blew off the lower radiator hose,
> and now the waterpump makes a lot of rattling noises after
> the engine warms up fully. New pump on order.
> At 07:30 AM 10/8/2006 -0700, Jeremy Ward wrote:
> >Not my V8 fortunately. :-) Have any of you had error 2113 for G40
> >hall sensor? A 'friend of ours' has swapped this sensor
> form another
> >V8, verified wiring to the ECU *and* swapped ECUs - still no dice.
> >Could his timing belt have slipped a gear or two? What is
> the symptom
> >when this happens? I know it is bent valves when several
> slip, but I
> >think it has been said that you can drive the car (not very
> well) when
> >it is off by one tooth.
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