00022 - P0016 - Bank 1, camshaft position sensor (G40) crankshaft position sensor (G28). Incorrect numbering.
00808 - P0328 - Knock Sensor 1 Circuit High Input Bank 1 or 1 Sensor
Fault codes recorded in the engine control unit.
The vehicle displays one or several of the above - mentioned fault codes.
Engine warning light (MIL) ON.
Squeaking, rattling or jingling noises in the front part of the vehicle.
Engine does not start.
NOTE: The above - mentioned symptom is reproduced when starting the engine.
NOTE: This technical note affects only those vehicles that are within a specific VIN (vehicle identification number) range.
Malfunction of the timing chain tensioner.
• Read the fault codes recorded in the engine control unit using the diagnostic tool.
• Confirm that one or several of the fault codes that appear in the field symptoms of this bulletin are displayed.
• Adjust the engine to the top dead center in rotation direction.
• Check the version of the timing chain tensioner:
• Old tensioner version:
• If more than 4 teeth can be seen, replace the tensioner and the timing chain.
-New tensioner version:
• If more than 6 slots can be seen, replace the timing chain.
• Check the timing chain lower cover. Replace if necessary.
• Check the tensioner operation:
• If the piston can be pushed with the hand inside the tensioner:
• Check the condition of pistons, valves, intake camshaft and camshaft bearings.
• Replace the tensioner and the timing chain if the above-mentioned components are in good condition.
• Replace the engine if they are in poor condition.
• If the piston can NOT be pushed with the hand inside the tensioner:
• Check the condition of the intake camshaft and the camshaft bearings.
• Replace the cylinder head, if damage is observed.
• Carry out an oil change and filter.
• Clear the fault codes recorded in the engine control unit using the diagnostic tool.
• Carry out a second fault code reading of the engine control unit (ECU) using the diagnostic tool and confirm that the fault codes that appear in the field symptoms are NOT recorded.
• Remove the engine block.
• Check the condition of the retention valve.
• If it is broken, replace and remove possible pieces of valve from the lubricant circuit.
NOTE: The reference number of the replacement part depends on the manufacturing date of the vehicle.
See image 1:
A - Location of the timing chain tensioner.