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forcing engine to turn backwords causes timing issue. Any one have any experience with this? I have a 2.8L V6 in a 2008 SAAB 93. I was parked in the snow on an inclined driveway in first gear. I started to slide backwards and let my foot off of the clutch causing the engine to rotate in the wrong direction. It still runs, but rough. It runs like I have water in the gas or low octane.

I have a fault code that says:
P0016 Powertrain Crank-Cam position correlation
and P0018 Powertrain

WHAT HAVE I DONE???:cookoo:

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2006 STS V8 AWD, '95 Ford Ranger
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It's possible you did some mechanical damage similar to a hydraulic lock when the engine ingests water but it's more likely that a little work with a TECH2 will correct the timing issues.
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