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Hi there. can someone please help me on the following?
2 days ago I replaced my timing parts( belt - idler - tensioner).
After this my 407 2.0 hdi has been consuming a bit more fuel than before. I did run diagnostics and nothing popped up to indicate that the timing is out. what could cause this?
 

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My money would be on the timing being slightly out. The hall effect camshaft sensor is a coarse device only there to tell the ecu the firing order of the injectors, would not trigger a fault if slightly out of place.
 
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