I guess you meant vct, not vtc?
Is it a hard fault or can it be deleted? Seems like you may have a Vanos timing issue, not sure how you could cause that by only replacing the eccentric shaft sensor. I'd check the Vanos timing to make sure it's 100%. But you'd need a few special tools for that.
Either that or the sensor wasn't installed properly but it's a straight forward install. Make sure all wiring you disconnected is reconnected.
Yes meant vct sorry didn't realize spelled wrong and I didn't mess with timing so don't think that would be the problem I am checking wires and everything I'll let u know how I make out thanks for reply
Checked all wires and everything was connected right and in right place when u hit the gas u can hear a sound of air sucking in almost sounds like is in air intake but there no leaks sounds like is in intake manifold
That doesn't really make sense.
Usually will only throw those codes for misfires.
I'd swap cylinder 5 coil with 6.
Cylinder 8 with 7. Erase faults and see what faults come back.
If the faults change you got bad coils
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