I have a 1998 VW Jetta tdi 1.9 manual. I had swapped another ahu motor into the car because my other motor was no good. As said I was doing a timing belt job because the motor had been sitting for some time, my father said it had ran strong when he had it, unfortunately he couldn’t find a body for it so the car sat. I swapped the motor into mine and as I had the motor out I did the timing belt, everything was normal, double checked all the sensors and all that, everything was good and time to start it, i went to turn it over and I heard a click and nothing happens, so I go look and check everything, it all looks good so I tried it a few more times and it did not sound good. Bare with me here, stupid me, I popped the timing belt cover to see what could’ve happened and you’ll never guess what? I forgot to pull the IP lock pin out, so as I was trying to start it the crankshaft was spinning, tore the sh*t out the belt around the crankshaft (I know, VERY VERY stupid mistake but what can I do now?). Anyways I called autozone and ordered a new TB. As I got everything off I noticed when the camshaft was at TDC the injection pump was off by almost 6-10 teeth, I had lined it back and locked everything back in place where it should be (and put the belt on and tensioned it down, everything was where it should be so I took the camshaft lock and IP lock out and threw everything back together and went to give it a try, cranks and cranks and cranks just fine but no start, I bled the injector lines and it wasn’t pushing fuel out like it normally should, very slowly. No start, plugged in my obd 2 scanner and code P1562 quantity adjuster-N146 upper limit stop value. Correct me if I’m wrong but the quantity adjuster is the big electronic piece on the side of the IP correct? Not sure how I would go about this, some help would be great.