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your question is realy garbled but I think you are asking about the timing of the cam and the crank sensors usually you have to have them both replaced at same time which means you can see the NO1 position on the cam and the position of the crank and thats with the cover off but I found out from another friend that if you go onto YouTube and request How To set timing on the Cam shaft and Crank shaft sensors you will get a video. MAKE SURE YOU SPELL IT ALL RIGHT OTHERWISE YOU WILL NOT FIND IT. Sorry about the Caps but wanted your attention use my spelling. Good Luck
Sounds like maybe the main computer is bad. When you cranked the engine there is not any indication that it is firing. If you have changed the fuel pump and coil and it still wont even fire, the computer is most likely the cause. Even if the timming was off you would still get some indication that it was trying to start although it probably would not if the timming was off, but the fact it's not even trying to fire yeah that's my take.
The Cam Shaft Position is behind the motor on passenger side and has a green cap
with 2 little wires going to it .with a 10 mm bolt to take out now what most
people on here did not tell is that it was hard to take the green cap off the
sencer first because the clip is on the bottom so you cant see it to take it off
and if you just try to take a flat head screw driver to it you will bust your
green clip.so take the sencer and cap off together and then take the green cap
off after you get the sencer out .ok when you take the 10mm bolt out then you
can reach down and pull the sencer out but its pretty hard just to pull out your
going to want to twist it but you dont have to you are just pulling against the
rubber O ring thats on the sencer just pull hard and it will come out.then pull
the cap off .you acually push in on the clip towards the sencer to get it off
,not down ,but towards the bolt hole ,to take off,repalce clip put new sencer on
and put sensor in motor,dont wiggle around on the wires to much
because they are little and I could see braking one if not both
I dont think you should do this type of job unless you are a tech, major engine damage can occur if any adjustment of the gears are off, i will send you a few diagrams of what needs to be done to do a timing belt on one of these, i have done many and i still triple check everything to avoid damage to motor, the front bumper asm, needs to be removed, the radiator and ac condensor removed the ac system drained out and much more.if you would like to tackle this a will help you just let me know, hope this helps good days