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code 9 and timing marks

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by lizoyd18, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. lizoyd18

    lizoyd18 Junior Member

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    does anyone know how to get rid of code 9 i kno its the cylinder position does it have to do with the timing marks on motor??? and another thing does anyone has printouts for the timings marks on the zc it runs fine but its still missing a little bit...
     
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    byebyebaby Byaaah!

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    im having the same problem after obd1 p28 changeover im sure my wiring is right thinking its a bad distribitor though
     
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    Crimson_jay New Member

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    I am doing a swap as well and I am popping code 9 too but I know that mine is due to NO vacuum pressure. None of my vacuum lines are connected so i'm also getting code 5.

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    jlicrx Senior Member

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    code 9 on the DOHC ZC usually means that the camshaft timing is incorrect - the exhaust cam is probably off by one tooth
     
  5. lizoyd18

    lizoyd18 Junior Member

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    well the person who marked it we have it dead on so if its off a tooth do i move it to the left or right??
     
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