G37 V36 Sedan 2009 + Discussion about the G37 Sedan

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Old 11-26-2018, 01:29 PM
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Well I got the dreaded P0011. What I have done so far

- Changed Oil ( didn't work)
- Removed and cleaned and reinstalled both VVT control solenoids (didn't work)
- Bench checked VVT selenoids (hooked up to 12 v source and verified they were clicking)
- Changed gallery gaskets reset ECU (didn't work)

Before I go replacing more parts; are there any other tests I can try? My next option I would guess are replacing the VVT selenoids and cam position sensors. I was sure it was the gallery gasket, now 3 full days of work later my car is still in limp mode and I feel like I am just guessing. I would guess next would be to replace VVT solenoids as I heard that sometimes they will pass the bench test but have week springs inside. I also read that it could be intake timing sprockets needing to be replaced. I sure hope not because I would HATE to have to take the motor apart again.
 
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Old 11-26-2018, 02:50 PM
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Have you ever considered following the troubleshooting steps in the FSM?

https://www.nicoclub.com/FSM/G37/Sedan/2009/EC.pdf

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