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if it was the timing belt the engine would not be running
take it to an accredited service shop or auto zone or the like and have the fault codes read
from your description it sounds like it is in limp mode and you will need to find what sensor/s have placed the engine /transmission in that mode to protect the units
I would be taking it some else as a an accredited would have run the fault codes first and then advised you what the problem was.
The service engine light on is not a big deal. you just aren't meeting emissions right now.
Go to Autozone and have them run a free scan to get fault codes.
Just remember this - do not ever change the knock sensor even if it gives a fault code. It is in the middle of the engine and a waste of $600 for no improvement. It will never affect your engine performance, good or bad.
report back with code here or on Villager- Quest website I gave you.