My year is listed, it's the same old style used on the old gens. and if the car thinks it's a misfire then why is the psi so high still?
I still don't see the year listed. But the old brass style is good - the best IMO.
Yes a tooth or two off will often show as higher compression on one side.
Like I said I think TB is likely off. Easiest thing is to the pull the "ears" off the timing belt cover on both sides. Check the cam marks to TB cover to see if they line up properly.
I have purchased cars with this exact problem after someone did a timing belt job. Drivable buy occasional annoying code.
Also IMO I'd think the shims would really, really have to be off to cause a misfire.
As pointed out already the engine compares 2 sensors. Crank and one camshaft. So it isn't actually checking all the pieces in the timing system. So any coded generated with such limited information can be of little help. You kinda have to interpret what it's trying to tell you since it can't get all the info to give a better code.