Friday on my way home from work my Ram started acting up again. Running rough and smoking. No check engine light came on. Got it home and noticed the cat was glowing red. Restarted and it ran on its own for about 10 seconds and just died. Would not start again. Checked every thing that could be checked externally and found nothing. Even put a timing light on it and every thing was firing when it was supposed to. Double checked the timing on balancer and timing cover all was TDC. Got motivated on Saturday and tore down the front of the engine to see timing marks on crank and cam sprockets and sure enough the crank was not line up @ TDC it was about 25 deg. passed. and the chain had SLOP in it. I removed chain and backed up the crank to TDC. I put new chain/gears on sprayed some starting fluid in the TB to see if it will fire and it is still the same thing will not fire and seems like it is 180 degrees off. I plan on taking off the chain and rotating the crank 180 and see if that will work. I have not did a comp. test yet to see if there is any valve/piston damage. It was original timing chain and gears with wear. Could it be possible for this to go out of time this much? ANY SUGGESTIONS WILL BE GREATLY APPRICIATED!!!