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Hello my name is***** you are losing the cam and crank signals like this then you may have a failure in one of the sensors, or I have seen a bad timing belt cause this. Some scan tools will show a loss of cam and crank signal when the correlation is off. I would check the timing belt first to see if it is loose or worn. If it is fine then I would check the fuel trim readings at idle to see if the computer is commanding more fuel. This would indicate that there is a vacuum leak that is causing this. It does sound like a vacuum leak.