p1392 and p1626

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    p1392 and p1626

    99 passat GLS V6 2.8l 5 speed manual. These codes come on as a pair at the same time. Sometimes a p0300 and other 3 misfire codes (forgot which ones but it don't really matter). Sometimes it takes a lil drive for these codes to come on but usually they pop up right at engine start. What is the problem? Why do I have transmission control unit code if I have a manual transmission? Which side is bank 1 and which side is bank 2 if I have to replace the camshaft position sensor? And last question: What symptoms would I have if the engine had a misplaced timing belt by a tooth, or/and a misplaced cam chain by a tooth? I recently did the valve job on this engine. First engine I actually rebuilt myself, don't have mu ch experience, so I think i might have misplaced something there, but the car runs really good. Lotsa power and good gas mileage. Any help?

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    No clues

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    17800/P1392/005010 - Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163): Open Short to Plus
    Possible Symptoms

    * Power Loss at Full Throttle
    * High Fuel Consumption
    * Bad Emission Values

    Possible Causes

    * Wiring between Engine Control Module and Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163) faulty
    * Power Supply/Ground Wiring from/to Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163) faulty
    * Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163) faulty
    * Engine Control Module faulty

    Possible Solutions

    * Check Wiring between Engine Control Module and Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163)
    * Power Supply/Ground Wiring from/to Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163) faulty
    * Check Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 2 (G163)
    * Check Engine Control Module

    P1626 Data Bus Powertrain missing message from Transm.Contr.
    ... sorry not sure what this one means... could it be that a problem with your ECU is causing this one too?

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    you shouldnt have a TCM (Tranmission Control Module) if your car is a 5 speed. Recode the ECM so that it won't look for it.

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    It was a misplaced cam chain by a tooth.

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