Hi everyone - I've been lurking for a while, but decided to join up & say hi. I have a '00 ZX2 with 183K. I just did the timing belt today, and am now really frustrated as it runs much more sluggish than before and still throws the P0340 Camshaft Code. I think I know where I might have messed up, let me know what you think: I first used a long screwdriver to bring cyl. # 1 to TDC, but then noticed that the timing notch on the crank pulley wasn't aligned - it was clockwise past where it should be by 20 or 30 degrees. I decided to trust the timing notch on the pulley, lined it up that way (although the screwdriver wasn't TDC), and finished the job. Now it's sluggish as hell, and when I graphed ignition advance vs rpm, the graph is opposite what it should be. When the rpms go up, the timing advance goes down. Can someone tell me if it's possible for the crankshaft pulley timing notch to be off? If so, how?