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Take the oil fill cap off and have someone crank the engine while you watch the cam shaft. It should turn while cranking the engine. If it's not turning then the issue is a broken timing belt. If it is turning, then you should pull the timing cover and make sure the timing marks line up. If not, then it jumped time.
Either of these will cause the cam sensor code and cause the no start.
Please check this and let me know.
if the timing marks don't line up then you have to remove the cover and replace the belt.
I guess it's possible that test would work for checking but honestly, that would be moving a lot of air ou of the exhaust considering there isn't anything firing. I would use my test if possible. Either really only tells you that the belt isn't broken, doesn't mean it hasn't jumped time.
A compression test would tell you if the belt jumped time or not, but most folks don't have a compression gauge. If you have one though, it's the fastest most reliable test you could do.
Hello again, I haven't heard back from you so I thought I would check and see if you need further assistance?