2015 Chrysler 200 2.4 - Known Good Waveforms - ATS eScope
NOTE: Per Rudy's message (below), there appears to be more than one CMP trigger configuration for the 2.4L VIN B engine. He included an Alldata graphic that matches the vehicle he was working on.
Known good ATS eScope crank and cam Waveforms from a 2015 Chrysler 200 with a 2.4L
Are the VVT solenoids unplugged?
No they are not unplugged. Good question, though, and we tested this early on to see if it made a difference. With rare exceptions, we find that VVT is left at base timing at a hot idle, so timing is not affected. You may notice some VVT circuit activity on a Lab Scope, but it's only there to stabilize the spool valve, not move it.
I think there is something not quite right with your pattern. I couldn't get my vehicles… to jive with yours. I thought my timing was off.Eventually I found this in Alldata and this is what mine looks like. The 2015 is the same. I think your pattern might be a V6
We have the VIN from a WiTECH capture and it's definitely a VIN B 2.4L - allegedly the same as used in your year. It was definitely at idle and w/out any scan tool timing control. It wouldn't be the first time Chrysler swapped triggers without telling us. I'll edit the original post to say that there may be variations, and I'll throw in your capture as long as it doesn't get pulled as a…
I have the BIN file and a few screen shots from my vehicle. I'll make my own thread and post it up, so that it can be searchable.