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Asked by Jun 25, 2017 at 11:41 AM about the 2004 Mercury Marauder

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car was running fine but timing guide broke. Replaced
timing chain and now i cnt gt a signal to my crankshaft. All
sensors are a fail . Injector circuit high all circuits are hay
wire . I can gt a signal on cam shaft sensor though. What
could be my issue?

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If it was running fine before you disassembled it... before replacing the chain guides, then go back and find your error! Confirm EVERYTHING has been indexed correctly. That 4.6 is a simple basic engine. .Check for a square wave signal from the CKP without a crank signal the EEC unit cant control anything.

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The guy is probably not going to know the difference between a square wave and a hole in the ground. Sometimes we just get too technical on this forum. Ford's overhead cam engines are a bit tricky to time without the proper tools. Also if you get the cam timing off and try to start the engine, valves will be bent.

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