1. Hi Guys.
I was wondering if I could get some advice from you guys on what next steps to take.
First of all, I would like to apologize for the essay, but have to make sure I cover everything.
I own a 2004 WRX which had a few modifications to it including NOS. I had a bit of an accident with the car just over a year ago where I came around a corner a bit to fast and forgot that the NOS switch was activated, so as I came around the corner the NOS activated and I spun the car into a wall. Plus point was that I did not hit the wall too hard as I had some run off area to try and save the spin.
Now after buying another WRX to fix mine with, I repaired the left front side of the car, redid the heads as when I hit the wall the timing belt came off and bent valves. The chassis legs have been straitened along with new engine covers and cam pullies.
Eventually I had everything ready to start the car, but no luck. The car would swing, but would not fire. After a long search on sited, I found out that I mixed us coil 2 and 4. After fixing that I tried again. The car fired, but sounded as if the car is running on only 2 cylinders. I took out all the spark plugs to make sure that all 4 has spark to them and I can confirm that. I used a diagnostic tool to call up all errors and found the following:
P1560 - Back - Up voltage Circuit Malfunction
P0113 - Intake air temperature sensor 1 circuit high
P0102 - Mass or volume air flow A circuit low
P0335 - Crankshaft position sensor A circuit.
Now if im not mistaken, P0335 will be the only error that will cause the car not to fire correctly. The car will fire up on 2 or 3 cylinders, idle for a few seconds and then die.
I found a guy who gave me a cam and crank sensor to test off his car, but still the same story....