So over the past 4 days I have been doing some engine bay clean up and a cam install. I installed a set of TT 264/260 cams, delete SAI, and relocated the battery. Everything went well until I went to start the car. Car cranked hard but would not turn over. I replaced the crank position sensor thinking that was the cause of my issue after talking to a few people. That did not solve the problem.
The next step was to check timing, so I took everything apart again and timing was spot on. I have now determined that it has to be some sort of electrical issue/ground issue. I grounded the battery in the trunk to the driver's side seatbelt, I took a wire wheel to the area until it was bare metal. The only other ground I messed with was the engine mount ground which runs from the trans bolt to the frame rail and then split to the battery. I changed this ground so that it did not split and just went straight to the frame rail.
I am guessing that my ground from the engine to the frame rail is bad and that my motor won't start because of it but I honestly stumped.
Here are the codes I pulled today:
Intake manifold changeover valve-n156: open
Camshaft position sensor (a) circuit bank 1: range/performance
Camshaft position sensor (a) circuit bank 2: range/performance