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David Gray

03 C4S P0022 code and rough idle ?

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Hello all,

 

I recently replaced the battery and took car for a long ride. Performance was normal and strong as expected. Got home and idle seemed rough. 

I thought perhaps DME not adapted after battery removed for a while.

 

Now I have codes. Initially I got P1325 with some misfire codes.

 

Cleared those and tried again and now the persistent code is P0022

 

Camshaft Position actuator A - Bank 2. Timing over retarded.

 

I am hoping its the solenoid. As its an 03 , the solenoid is removeable without removing valve /cam covers.

 

Any have experience of this ? Is is the one furthest outboard when looking at the valve cover ? There are two, one outboard and a second between the coil packs ?

 

Any and all input valued,

 

Thanks ! 

 

David

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You may want to swap the solenoid between banks and see if the fault follows it.

 

 

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Many thanks. I had a look last night and the passenger side one cannot be removed without removing the exhaust but drivers side is no problems.

I am assuming the variable timing solenoid first ?

 

David

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Yes because that's what the error code refers to. The variable lift solenoid has its own error codes.

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