Hello I'm new here, name is Michael.PART 3: REINSTALL:
Install new camshaft bolts hand-snug to hold everything together.
With the 22mm wrench on the intake cam, pull toward the front of the car to apply tension to the timing chain. While holding tension, remove Tool E to unlock the timing chain tensioner and apply tension to the timing chain, slowly releasing the 22mm wrench.
Rotate camshafts so you can slide tool B, the "camshaft locking plate," into the grooves on the ends of the camshafts to lock them in place.
Rotate cam phasers in the following alignment:
Install Tool C, the "intake sprocket holding tool." This tool will maintain proper tension on the chain while holding the intake sprocket in place. Start with the sprocket holder at the bottom-most position, bolt the tool into place, then push the holder toward the sprocket and tighten firmly. You can see where the sprocket holder is marked with an arrow on the back side below. Install Tool A, the "exciter ring positioning tool." All bolts on the tools need to be tightened to 71 lb in. Make sure there is no clearance at the two outer mounting points on the exciter ring positioning tool.
You can now tighten the camshaft bolts. Be sure to hold the camshaft with the 22mm wrench while tightening. The timing tools are intended to be used for alignment, not to hold everything in place while cam bolts are being tightened. The torque spec for the cam bolts is 37lb ft + 60 degrees. For reference, 60 degrees is the distance from one corner of a hex socket/nut to the next. I didn't have a specific tool for this so I printed an angle on a paper, cut it out, and had someone hold it up to the wrench for me.
Once cam bolts are tightened, remove Tool A, B, and C.
Install the timing chain guide, tighten bolts to 71 lb in.
Rotate engine 720 degrees, set back to TDC, and double check timing with tools A, B, and D.
Remove all timing tools.
Reinstall the two plugs you removed and tighten to 30 lb ft.
So the cam phaser sprocket don't matter about any specific orientation? I noticed the both had same post number. I had marked timing chain and sprockets in relationship to cog on crankshaft sprocket tooth.
Set it all up with the kit but I forgot to put on sprocket holder before and after reinstalling sprockets. Did install the cam exciter ring tool and torqued to specs.
I have not had one misfire but now a lean code randomly. Po171. New dorman intake, PC tube, valve cover. The gas had been in the tank sitting for about 6 months? Excessive oil throughout Pcv system but I believe it's all cleaned out now.
Smoke tested and nothing, bake clean around any possible areas, nothing.
Boost on scan tool says 14psi at idle? I can let it sit for half hour and no lean, drive and get above 45 and short trim will randomly go up to 36 and sometimes stay unless I slow downtown 20 and sometimes when coming back to a stop it'll go back up. I've burned through almost all that gas and is gotten better but the short trim confuses me. Also b1s1 upstream o2 harness side connector has an exposed wire buy scan tool shows voltage up and down between .1 and .9
Any suggestions? So question 1 is: cam sprockets don't matter anyone one of the teeth can be facing straight up? Q2 is: po171? Q3 is boost psi at idle with stock stuff should be what?
Thank you for any help. If I should create a new thread let me know.