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Hello and welcome to just answer. Any codes being set?
And you are 100% positive that the cam timing is correct?
Yes I have seen this before. The only way to check if the sprocket pin sheared off is to remove the timing belt and cam sprocket. If you do this, then you may as well rrplace the timing belt if it has not been replaced within the last 100,000 miles.
If you do not have an actual cam or crank sensor circuit code, then I highly doubt that the problem is wiring related, and I would check that sprocket pin and belt nex .
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I think the cam and crank sensors are out of sync. I say that because it will try to start if you disconnect the cam sensor. I don't think it is the PCM at this point. You need to check that cam sprocket.
Ok, can you get a scan tool connected and then pull up the display that shows the cam and crank dync status? That would confirm whether or not the 2 are in sync.
They may be able to rent one to you.
Hmmm, not sure. but let me think about it and see what I can come up with.