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This code sets when the computer is monitoring the cam and crank sensors and sees a difference in there readings. Normally caused by timing chain tensioner issues. Was that replaced when you did the timing chain? Did you check the crank and cam sensor tone rings for damage? Are you sure the timing is right?
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It may have jumped time on that first start. Can you monitor the CMP and CKP readings and do a compression test.
To make sure the timing is perfectly set you would need to remove the front cover.
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