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Old 12-25-2012, 06:19 AM
lovetherideUSMC lovetherideUSMC is offline
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Mein Auto: e36 m3/ e30 325es
Ok sooo... Made some calls and what not. The cam shaft will rotate twice per crank revolution. Every revolution the crankshaft positon sensor will sense the engine is at top dead center. Every two revolutions the camshaft position senson will sense the camshaft at top dead center. The camshaft position sensor tells the ecu the cams are in the position for ignition. So technically you can install the cam in two diffrent positions, either it be tdc for the power stroke or tdc fot the exhaust stroke . With that being said, whichever way your cam comes out, just put it back the same way the manual sais with #1 cam lobes facing in, while the flywheel is locked at tdc. If anyone has any doubt that this correct, input is much appreciated.
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