The U1001 and P0605 are most likely artifacts of a low battery. The bank2 (front bank) reading of 0 +/- 5 degrees is normal, the bank1 (rear bank) reading indicates the sensor is flatlined. P0340 is almost exclusively caused by the sensor or wiring. The IVT Solenoid, chains, or phasers will produce different results. In any case the engine wouldn't run with 63 degrees of actual advance, so it's clearly a sensor issue. There was a recall for those cars for the cam and crank sensors, NTB03-124, but those garbage sensors have been out of circulation for a long time and the chances of getting 3 straight from a JY are slim and none. Crud on the cam reluctor can make it read inconsistently but won't flatline it. That leaves wiring, and there is a known chafing/fatigue issue with the harnesses on those cars in the vicinity of the passenger strut tower. Diagnose your problem as follows:
1) At the sensor connector, measure voltage between the Red/Green (power) and Black (ground) wire terminals with the key on and the sensor disconnected. You should see near battery voltage. If not, measure from Red/Green to the minus battery post. If that shows voltage, the Black wire is broken or disconnected from ground. If it shows no voltage, the Red/Green wire is broken or disconnected from the ECM relay. There are intervening connectors between the ends on all 3 wires, so consult the FSM and be aware that the issue could be connector pin-fit and not a broken wire.
2) Using a bulb-type test lamp, repeat the test across the R/G and B wires. It should be the same brightness as when you connect the lamp across the battery terminals. If it's dim, either the R/G or B wire has a partial break or other high-resistance problem. Repeat the test from R/G to battery negative using the lamp, if it's dim then R/G has the problem, if it's bright then B has the problem.
3) With the key on and the sensor disconnected, measure voltage between the White signal wire and the Black ground wire. White is connected to a pullup resistor inside the ECM and should read around 10V from the pullup. If it reads 0V or much less than 10V, the White wire has a break or high resistance.