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The next step is to check the signals from the cam and crank sensor while cranking the engine over. Just because the sensors are new does not mean the sensors are sending the correct signals back to the computer. For example, there could be a wiring issue between the sensors and computer or the cam and crank signals coul be out of sync because of a base engine mechanical issue.
Another thing you can do is clear the codes and see which code comes back first with the key on and or when cranking. Then you have a direction to go in