Howdy! I have a 2000 Toyota Tundra SR5 with about 93k miles on it (2UZ-FE). A while back, it was left in the garage for a week and when it was started, it was misfiring constantly. We eventually boiled it down to a timing issue in that either it skipped a tooth, or the belt stretched. I noticed while the cams were at TDC, the crank was 6 degrees before TDC. After that, I pulled the thing apart and installed the new belt, timing it to the 0 on the crank, and the marks beside the “T” on the cams. I remember it being super close to perfect, and took the time to replace the water pump too. So, here’s where the problem lies. I put it all back together, filled the system with water, and then noticed vibrating, and loss of power. It almost sounded like knocking caused premature ignition. When we first started it, it threw two codes for two cylinders... twice. Two of the same codes of misfire on 3 and 8. We then switched the ignition coils and then it stopped giving codes and ran relatively well, but with a loss of power and a lot of shaking. I pulled the passenger camshaft timing cover off to reveal that it was still in time, but off just barely. It was off soo little that it was still within the mark, but off to a side. I’m out of ideas, my father and I decided that it would be best to take it to a mechanic to diagnose so we know what we need to fix. So, dear friends, I would appreciate some help and/or advice. Thank you very much!