The 4 wires that run from the crank sensor to the ICM were corroded and wires were touching each other replaced the wires and car runs fine
they only 3 wires on the crank sensor and not corroded
So you used a gage and checked proper fuel pressure? If you have that spider fuel system, koeo, 60--66 psi. Engine cranking, you have spark at all plugs? You have fuel injector pulse? Any applicable trouble codes? You have cylinder compression?
i have the pressure no codes have compression
Do you have fuel injector pulse? Spark at all plugs? The dist, rotor turns when you crank it? At the moment, I can't think of anything else? You could use a scanner that shows live engine data, see if you notice anything. Even if it won't start, you can get some data by cranking or key on.
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