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You need to pull the codes to see what the codes are,it will narrow the problem down,it can be a bad throttle position sensor,or a mass air flow sensor,or the timing belt could have jumped a notch,and if the timing belt breaks,it will bend engine valves and cost a lot of money,so have it checked.
I can help with your timing marks.
the bottom pulley on your timing belt has a **** grove on the back part of the pulley on the seal plate behind pulley should be a mark or a triangle align those two marks
for the camshaft pulleys there should be an "l" marking on the left pulley for intake and an "E" marking for the right for exhaust side allingn each marking to the grove just above the pulleys on the seal plate directly behind the pulleys
install timing belt and make sure it isnt loose on tension side which is the right side of belt if reusing old belt make sure you have marked belt on which way belt is turning
loosen tensioner lock bolt turn crankshaft two complete revolutions in direction of rotation
make sure that marks are correctly aligned still if not start back to step one.
if ok turn crankshaft to align "S" mark of right pulley or the exhaust pulley to same mark on seal plate directly behind pulley