Can you check the codes in the computer?
I'm going to throw this out there, may be off base, but if there was something that I would focus on is the camshaft AND crank sensors. Only from a past experience stand point.
In your quest, don't assume there it a relationship to the no start and the starter situation and the current problem.
There are things that are somtimes illogical and the explaination never comes. Keep the previous situation in the back of your mind, but don't concentrate on it. Need to go back to basics and assume it is unrelated.
There is the possibility for example that when you took the starter in, it was actually good and the person testing did it wrong, mis-interpreted or wanted to sell a starter. I am not saying that is did happen like this or may even be logical, Just saying the problem you are having may be originally related or may not be.
Need to find what you are losing and why. Timing belt jumped a notch? Not getting enough fuel pressure, loss of spark? Etc.
Tuesday, February 13th, 2007 AT 5:11 AM