Yes Sounds like the crank and cam are not in sync. If you have both a Crank sensor and a Cam sensor, a better testing machine should be able to read the position and tell you whether each is in the proper position. If this can not be done electronically, then it must be done manually with disassembly.
It is really hard to say at this point. You are asking a question about a 2007 Dodge Caliber, posted under the heading of 1998 Toyota Avalon, and are making reference to a "suspension arm bushing", which could refer to probably at least 20 different parts of your suspension system.