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What probably happened is that the timing chain jumped time (common problem) and bent a valve in the #3 cylinder. This will cause the no-start, no-compression issue you state. You will need to repair the timing chain/gears/tensioner and have the head removed and repaired in order to get the car back to operating order.
Here is a list of some things that can cause it,
Emmissions system not functioning properly,
Faulty secondary ignition system
Fuel injection system in need of adjustment
Vaccum leak at fuel injectors, around intake manifold, or vaccum hoses
Clogged fuel filter
Weak fuel pump
To test for a vaccum leak, get a can of starting fluid, with the engine running, spray around the intake manifold, the vaccum hoses, connections and fittings, where ever you spray and the engine rev's up a little, you found a leak.
According to my book, the first code is the brake control rough road sensor, and P0302 is a cyllinder #2 misfire. Check the gap on your plug, and make sure the plug wire is on all the way. Give the boot an extra good push. Backfiring or misfiring under load is always caused by poor ignition. You may also have a faulty plug or wire.
Hello kahumada1: My name is Roger and I will be glad to help you. The fire order is 1-3-4-2. The coils should be marked. Hear is a picture that should help. Please rate the quality of your answer as this is how we know your answer was correct. Thank You for using FixYa.Roger