Relation of cam sensor to crank sensor.
Replaced balancer, crank sensor and cam sensor. Carefully Thought everything was good till CL came on, again and I could feel the misfire. Idles great, starts greats and if you ease into it, runs great. Try to really get on it and it stumbles and CL light comes on. Its going into the dealer tomorrow for a code scan since they are charging the same as any other shop and they may have more insight if it comes up as a crank/cam sensor problem again. So, I was thinkin. What is the relationship between the cam and crank sensor? With a 193k on the engine, I suspect (and surmise) the timing chain maybe worn out causing whatever relationship between the cam and crank sensor to go sour and cause the misfire and CL light.
No vaccum leaks, good wires, Delco plugs, new coils, ICM fairly new, ditto with EGR. Manifold been replaced and there is no loss of coolant. Fuel system up to snuff to.
I am stareing at a 2500 mile roadtrip on the 5th and I either have to have faith in this rig or, god help me, drive the Protege. I have no problem diving into a timing chain job if needed.
'95 Olds 88, NA, Vin-K