After rechecking it a different way I have power at the coil.
No i didn't just randomly put timing belt on DUH!
In the manual it says after you remove timing sprocket you have to use cam holding tool to hold cam in the rear and the sprocket needs to be timed to the cam or it could be off a couple degrees.
I dont have the tool so i put it on best i could and the timing marks line up.
So if you know anything about these engines you would know that the timing sprockets are keyed in a " D " shape so you can't randomly put them on hence the question of indexing them.
Well then I guess I don't understand the question. We both know as much as there is to know, i.e., that one or both cams could be off worst-case as much as a couple of degrees. We both should certainly understand at this point that the cams could be off a couple of degrees - as much as the sloppy D hole would allow. I wouldn't think that a couple of degrees off would make it not run. Might not run real well, but I would think that would not prevent it from running. Admittedly I'm not an expert on this, so if someone who knows more disagrees with me on that, then I will readily defer to them.
So is your question "Would the cam timing being off a couple of degrees cause it not to run, or would that cause it to just run poorly?"?
A tooth off no,but degrees maybe.I'm trying to get a little insight as to if someone else may have had same problems,not somebody to pick apart my posts.
Sorry if that's the way it seemed. That wasn't my intent.
If you notice my op said i have no power then my next post said i have power so in my opinion thats not contradiction that would be progression.
I can't read your mind. You didn't say "On re-checking, I find that I do have power to the coils". To a reader who was trying to follow along, with no explanation or qualification, it appeared as a contradiction. No doubt you understand that a piece of information like that can make a huge difference in what direction you go in for troubleshooting.
To be clear, you specifically asked at the tail end of your OP "Any suggesttion on why no power to coil wire?". Then I'm not supposed to be scratching my head when later, with no further explanation, you're getting power to the coils.
Anyway - it's not about me - on to your problem . . .