Think about this logically. If it really took 60 revolutions for the timing marks to line up again, the cylinder would only produce a power pulse once every 60 revolutions. That would be really fantastic as far as fuel mileage is concerned, but you'd be pushing the car by hand.
Did you notice that the camshaft sprockets are not 60 times bigger than the crankshaft sprocket? In fact, the cam sprockets have exactly twice as many teeth as the crank sprocket. Reread what rasmataz said about 720 degrees. That's two revolutions of the crankshaft. Your timing marks will line up after every two revolutions of the crankshaft.
Did you use the special spacer when you installed the crankshaft position sensor? The air gap is critical. Without the spacer, it is possible on some engines to push the sensor in too far. It will hit the spinning flex plate and be destroyed. Instant no-start.
Wednesday, December 28th, 2016 AT 10:22 AM