Update: I installed the sensor (yes in the correct position) and started it up. Same results… I checked wiring with a multimeter and everything looked good.
I cleared all my codes and started the car and proceeded to do a crank relearn. As I was revving up, around 4K rpm it wouldn’t let me go...
I bought the car lowered. I drove it for 2 months and the car randomly started wobbling. The issue was the bolt that held the control arm to the swaybar was loose and it made it wobble. Dealer tightened it and it’s all fixed!
No, my regular shifting is around 3k rpm, but if I’m driving hard I shift around 6,500rpm, unless I’m sliding the car or doing a full send, then I shift it close to redline. I don’t full send often, but I do drive the car hard.
Yeah I took out the active shutter grille. Temps actually went down.
I’m aware of what the codes are I just don’t have the knowledge of knowing if it’s just the sensor or the car is out of timing.
I also want to know what crank relearn is and if I should do it when the new sensor comes in?
After pulling the Crank sensor, cleaning off the metal shavings and reinstalling it (just to test if it’ll work), the car still has the same issues but the misfiring codes went away and these codes remain.
Alright, those who know and aren’t speculating, how does it look? It has metal shaving on the crankshaft sensor (Yes I’ve grinded a gear or two in the past) Are these shaving normal wear and tear or something worse?