I have an 03 3.0L with VIC and 168k and have been on the side of the road for a little over 3 weeks. This car has been taken care of it's whole life using synthetic fluids, only premium gasoline and maintenance at required intervals. I was getting off the highway and came to an abrupt stop but nothing crazy and as soon as I hit the brakes the car slows down, downshifts, shutters really hard then the check engine light came on and the car died rolling. P0335 and p0340 were the codes I got so I've replaced the camshaft and the crankshaft positioning sensor. While I was at it I also noticed the gashes in the timing belt and the two-piece passenger motor mount that should only be one. I replaced the timing belt and the motor mount as well. The car will crank all day long but won't start. Using the tearstone manual as a guide to follow more troubleshooting steps including replacing the alternator, checking the fuses and relays, and replacing the fuel pump and battery. Sounds much better but same results, cranks but won't start. I clear the codes after I replaced the timing belt, motor mount, camshaft sensor and crankshaft positioning sensor. I've been stuck on the side of the road for a little over 3 weeks now far from home and I could definitely use some help. I know the timings on point but I'm not able to check compression because I don't have the gauge. It sounds like something just isn't "catching" to fire up the motor but I have spark and I have fuel with a cold air intake. I also checked the starter and saw that the cam pulleys were turning so I figured the starter works. Unless the starters RPMs have significantly degraded so much since a successful start that it's not turning fast enough but I've never heard of that to be a thing . There's a first for everything though. Please please please help. I JUST WANT TO GO HOME.