Ignition Timing Advance #1 Cylinder
Good day, and a thank god it's Friday to All, I have a question should my ignition timing advance #1 cylinder be the same as my CVVT Timing readout on my scan tool data pids this vehicle is a 2012 2.0 Kia Tucson with a low power complaint and no codes. The only thing I have noticed is that the cvvt timing degrees stays between 127 to 95 degrees with the accelerator pedal to the floor with the vehicle in drive and at the same time the ignition timing advance #1 cylinder is moving between 20 to 30 degrees. If ignition timing advance #1 cylinder is the timing degrees the ECM wants to see shouldn't the VVT Timing follow on acceleration. I hope I am explaining this correctly thanks for any help?
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Sorry, I am just asking if my VVT degrees readings and my ignition timing degrees readings should be the same with my foot on the gas while driving the car?
Why would there be any direct correlation between ignition and valve timing? Asking this question doesn't make any sense to me, so maybe I am not understanding.