I decided to look at the timing belt today just to see how it was. Didn't see anything that worried me in a visual inspection at how I thought it should be. I thought I should rotate the engine by hand with a wrench from the fuel pump cog nut. To see other parts of the belt. I thought doing that would be ok, that the ECU would collect/use timing data diffently. I could be wrong and it may be the fuel pump sprocket moved from me using it to torque over the engine. I thought if I wanted to I should be manually moving the engine from the crankshaft but did it anyway. Now the ECU needs to be adjusted for compensation for what I did and it didn't do apparently is that correct?