There is a guy on youtube called "Scanner Danner." He has lots of case studies for diagnosing cars for no start. All you need is a 12 volt test light and a volt ohm meter -both of which you can get cheap at harbor freight.
The sensors should get a 5V reference signal (from the ECM). If they don't get that -or a good ground, then it's problems.
First -Check all the fuses. Inside and out.
Make sure all the engine grounds are landed.
Double check all the electrical connectors are locked in in place.
There are also a couple good vids on youtube for setting the timing. If you didn't take the crank pulley off, the the timing should be OK unless the chain skipped ?
I'm waiting for it to warm up before troubleshooting.