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Which engine do you have in this?
Ok, i see you replaced the crank sensor, but the code is for the cam sensor. Have you replaced that as well?
Have you checked for spark and fuel pressure?
I am looking, do you have a test light so you can check some fuses for power for me?Also, have you checked it for spark or not?
Try this, spray some carb cleaner or starting fluid directly into the throttle and see if it will run for a few seconds. If it's got spark then it should run off of this for a few seconds.
It can have fuel pressure but no injector pulse and that can cause this.
If it's got spark and fuel pressure, it's not a fuse issue.
Please try this and let me know.
Like I said, if you have spark and fuel there isn't a problem with the fuses. The computer is doing it's job and so are the fuses. It sounds like the timing belt has jumped time. This will give you a code for the cam sensor and if it's only off a couple of teeth the car will try to start. You can confirm this with a compression test, or check and make sure all the alignment marks line up.