Tested all 2 wires from Cam sensor and Crank sensor for continuity from sensor to computer ECU ECM PCM box. All wires read 0 ohms. I found 2 of the wires on each are the same wire. So I am pretty certain it is not a wire problem, that seemed like a very unlikely chance.
I have not tested the timing yet, but I am confident it is not a mechanical problem. I know this because when every i unplug the cam sensor it resets itself and the light goes off for a good mile. During this first mile when the light is off the cruise control works, after a mile or so the light comes back on and at that second the cruise goes off. But I know its not a timing belt because before the light comes on the car does not have a touch of hesitation. If I put it to the floor it will not jerk and miss, if going 60 and i step it down it speeds up like it should. after that light comes on it misses like crazy if you put a heavy load on it, going fast. now if the timing belt was stretched it would do that from the first second check engine light or no light.
Perhaps its the computer, I have about run the course for what to check and will see about taking it somewhere.