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if you have not changed the camshaft position sensor you need to do that sounds exactly like my problem got the new fuel pump and filter in there and it was fine for a month then same thing started happening again, been fine for 7 months since I changed my camshaft position sensor
The camshaft sensor wouldn't explain the clattering noise. But a timing chain would explain both. Clattering from a loose chain and the camshaft sensor code from when the chain broke and the camshafts stopped turning.
Unfortunately there is more to it. You have to put the #1 Cylinder to Top Dead Center on the compression stroke. You need to make sure the valves are set so the number one set of valves are on the compression stroke. Then you need to align the timing marks on the timing gears correctly and get the timing belt on. If the original belt broke while the engine was running you want to make sure and get that head checked and verified as good. If any of this does not make sense you need to get the Haynes or Chilton's repair manual on your vehicle so you have step by step instructions for doing these steps.
If it jumped ignition timing then the timing belt needs to be replaced. Does the distributor still turn when you turn over the engine? If not then the timing belt is broke. Hope this helps. Remember surveys, thats what keep us here for you
if u mean set the timing....u need the proper tools .....and specs ....and if you have changed timing belts or chains .....replacement procedure is very precise....;-)....but with proper timing light an specs setting timing is relatively easy........but in order to tell u i need to know what timing light ur using....