I will give it a try. Thank you againIf you DIY a little. To do an inspection of the cam on your own, there are five 10mm bolts holding on the front timing belt cover, it would give you an opportunity to see if the pulley and sprocket are twisting out of place. The cam thrust cover is on the opposite side of the head held on by two 12mm bolts. The EGR valve would need to be removed. Most auto parts carry the EGR gasket for a couple of dollars and some change.
There are a few photos and videos of replacing the front Cam Thrust Cover Gasket. This requires removing the EGR valve. The only thing I did differently is I clean the oil and dirt off 1st, so as not to have any trash go up into the cylinder head with the cap off. Loosen wire harnesses to EGR...www.piloteers.org