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I have sent you an email with the instructions for the crankshaft pulley to crankshaft position sensor alignment procedure.

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I have sent you an e-mail with sections from the service manual, on how to install and align the crankshaft pulley and pulley sensor.
Hello, maybe you can help me. Me and my husband replaced our harmonic balancer on our 2013 evoque, used the special tools to align the crankshaft but it still will not start. Not sure what we need to do. Not sure if we need to position the sensor a certain way. Please help! My email is [email protected].
 

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I have sent you an email about aligning the crankshaft position sensor. Good luck! Let us know how you make out.
 

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I just had the VVT-S Intake Camshaft Actuator (sprocket) and timing chain replaced in my 2013 Evoque and I'm still pulling DTC P0017 even though the vehicle seems to be running great. I've been told there's some kind of "reset" that may need to be completed by the dealer. Has anyone heard of such?
 

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Any luck finding the problem? I have a 2013 pure the broke a piston. I replaced the pistons, timing chain as guides, VVT gears. It runs great but I can’t get the P0016 code to go away and the check engine light comes on after 2 trips around the block.
any info would be appreciated. I’ve also taken it apart twice just to make sure I was right on the money with the timing. Also have all the special timing tools.

I just had the VVT-S Intake Camshaft Actuator (sprocket) and timing chain replaced in my 2013 Evoque and I'm still pulling DTC P0017 even though the vehicle seems to be running great. I've been told there's some kind of "reset" that may need to be completed by the dealer. Has anyone heard of such?
 

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Any luck finding the problem? I have a 2013 pure the broke a piston. I replaced the pistons, timing chain as guides, VVT gears. It runs great but I can’t get the P0016 code to go away and the check engine light comes on after 2 trips around the block.
any info would be appreciated. I’ve also taken it apart twice just to make sure I was right on the money with the timing. Also have all the special timing tools.
Not yet... I took it to an import repair shop the other day and they couldn't figure out how to get the code to stay reset either. I'm going to call Land Rover this week to see if anyone in the service department can tell me if it's something only the dealer can do. I'll let you know what I find out.
 

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Ok thanks. I’ll let you know if I find anything also. I found online a crank relearn procedure where you drive the car at 55mph for so many minutes and decelerate to 45mph for so many seconds. Back and forth so many time. It didn’t work either. I would bet that Land Rover has a crank relearn procedure on there scanner. Ford has one for the 2.0L ecoboost but I won’t work on the Range Rover.
Not yet... I took it to an import repair shop the other day and they couldn't figure out how to get the code to stay reset either. I'm going to call Land Rover this week to see if anyone in the service department can tell me if it's something only the dealer can do. I'll let you know what I find out.
 

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Rsquared, thanks for your help. I have confirmed with my mechanic, he followed the procedure as per manual (he is using All Data manual) and used special tool set from LR dealer. the code P0016 still there. There is NO performance issue or any other problems.

Any other idea , what could be behind the P0016 ?
Slawek - did you ever get your P0016 trouble code reset? I'm having the same issue on my 2013 Pure after having the timing chain, tensioner, guides, oil chain and gear, camshaft actuators (sprockets) and vvt-s solenoids replaced (using the special timing kit). The vehicle starts and runs great but I can't get the P0016 trouble code to rest. thanks in advance.
 

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Ok thanks. I’ll let you know if I find anything also. I found online a crank relearn procedure where you drive the car at 55mph for so many minutes and decelerate to 45mph for so many seconds. Back and forth so many time. It didn’t work either. I would bet that Land Rover has a crank relearn procedure on there scanner. Ford has one for the 2.0L ecoboost but I won’t work on the Range Rover.
Interesting... i've called the Land Rover dealer in Annapolis twice and spoke to someone in the service department and they were supposed to get back to me but they haven't as of yet. I did disconnect the negative battery terminal for 60 seconds to try a hard rest but that didn't work either. Fortunately, the vehicle is running great...
 

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I ended up trading my Range Rover in for a Cadillac. They took it with the check engine light on with no problem. Being a mechanic I hate to admit that I couldn’t fix it but it was running great. There’s has to be a crank relearn procedure out there somewhere but Land Rover is really tight lipped with there information. The Evoque has been by far the worst car I’ve ever had. I had it to the dealer 4 times with a gearbox fault code before they finally figured out that it was a small battery in the wheel well. Turbo charger went bad. Starter bad. Piston broke and the windshield leaked. All that in 7 years and 83,000 miles.
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I ended up trading my Range Rover in for a Cadillac. They took it with the check engine light on with no problem. Being a mechanic I hate to admit that I couldn’t fix it but it was running great. There’s has to be a crank relearn procedure out there somewhere but Land Rover is really tight lipped with there information. The Evoque has been by far the worst car I’ve ever had. I had it to the dealer 4 times with a gearbox fault code before they finally figured out that it was a small battery in the wheel well. Turbo charger went bad. Starter bad. Piston broke and the windshield leaked. All that in 7 years and 83,000 miles.
Good luck with yours
Probably a smart move all things considered - I may do the same thing before it's over. I still haven't resolved the issue but I do have an idea... when the vehicle was being timed using the specialty tool kit bolt to keep the crank at TDC, I think the technician must have inadvertently just barely backed the crank off of TDC (maybe while loosening the crank pulley bolt) and as a result, it's still pulling the DTC code but the timing is so close that the vehicle is still running great. Make sense? I saw a YouTube video where a guy using the timing kit discovered that when he loosened the crank pulley bolt, he accidentally backed the crank off of TDC just slightly and had the same DTC issue. I'm going to see if I can get someone to re-time the vehicle (if it's not too costly) and see what happens. I think it's either there must be a relearn procedure that I'm not aware of.
 

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Probably a smart move all things considered - I may do the same thing before it's over. I still haven't resolved the issue but I do have an idea... when the vehicle was being timed using the specialty tool kit bolt to keep the crank at TDC, I think the technician must have inadvertently just barely backed the crank off of TDC (maybe while loosening the crank pulley bolt) and as a result, it's still pulling the DTC code but the timing is so close that the vehicle is still running great. Make sense? I saw a YouTube video where a guy using the timing kit discovered that when he loosened the crank pulley bolt, he accidentally backed the crank off of TDC just slightly and had the same DTC issue. I'm going to see if I can get someone to re-time the vehicle (if it's not too costly) and see what happens. I think it's either there must be a relearn procedure that I'm not aware of.
I took mine apart twice and made sure everything was perfect. The only thing I’m not sure about is if there is a crank relearn procedure for the Range Rover. It’s has a Ford ecoboost motor and there’s a relearn procedure for the Ford cars so it would make sense to have one for the Range Rover. Looks like your going to have to go to the dealer to figure it out. It still bugs me that I don’t know for sure what’s wrong with it.
 

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[QUOTE = "Rsquared, gönderi: 16105, üye: 1235"]
Lasha, Foruma hoş geldiniz! Yazınızı yazı tipi rengini beyaza çevirmek için düzenledim, böylece daha okunaklı oldu.

Görünüşe göre başınız belada, bunun için üzgünüm. Ford 2.0 EcoBoost motoru için bir servis kılavuzu almanız gerekir. Bir Range Rover Evoque için pazar sonrası servis kılavuzlarını bulmak zor. Bir Ford kılavuzu bulmak daha kolay olabilir.

İyi şanslar!
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Herkese merhaba 2012 evoque ile ilgili bir sorun yaşıyorum krank sensörü ve eksantrik mili arasındaki uyum sorunu yaşıyorum servis prosedürü içeren bir bilgi var midir eliniz de acaba şimdiden teşekkürler
 
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