I was driving and my RPMs drop to 0. I have no compression on my right side of engine. I’ve done a test. Driver side is good. Car turns over but won’t start. When it drop to 0 I couldn’t accelerate. Just pulled over & stop engine. Wire harness? Time chain?
If you're not getting compression on one side, I'd suggest part of the valve train has failed. The engine is a dual overhead cam (DOHC) setup. Each cylinder head's cams are actuated by a separate chain as well as the sprockets which contain the goodies for variable valve timing (VVT). If the chain on the one side or any part which actuates those cams has failed, you'd be getting zero compression on that side. The only way you can tell for sure is by taking that side valve cover off and verifying the movement of the cams. If this IS the case, you most likely have a toasted engine, as you're going to have bent valves on that side of the engine, as well as damage to the pistons (most likely).