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2014 Maserati gilbi timing issues

Codes P0016 p0018 good evening thank you for reading my post after doing the complete timing job on my vehicle we cannot figure out why these codes are not disappear the timing is set correctly any ideas The crankshaft sensor and the camshaft sensor is working correctly or as it should . Is there anything I need to know after setting the timing I made sure the cylinder one was top dead center in the timing marks were all aligned correctly still I get these codes is there anything I need to do after resetting the timing any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you. The car starts and runs but I does like xxxx once a gets hot .
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I had the same issue with my 2015 Ghibli. After numerous visits to the dealer for this issue I eventually hired M&K Attorneys in California and they got Maserati to compensate me for all the down time.
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I had the same issue with my 2015 Ghibli. After numerous visits to the dealer for this issue I eventually hired M&K Attorneys in California and they got Maserati to compensate me for all the down time.

how was the car's timing off? And the OP why did you replace your timing chain?
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I am having this exact problem, had to take the timing apart and pull the heads to remove all the carbon build up due to failed injectors and poor gas quality. Timing is all done by the book. It’s been apart twice to check the timing. Everything appears correct and done by the book. Does anybody have any answers to this?

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