I turn a 1300 engine into an injector engine into a 1996 Hyundai, but it wont start, there is no current to the coil pack or gas pump, what could be the cause?

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Asked by Nov 12, 2013 at 07:16 AM about the 1996 Hyundai Accent Sedan FWD

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I turn a 1300 engine into a injector engine, but it wont start, there is no current in the coil pack or gas pump, what could be the cause of that?

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dead battery~

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it turns over ok but just wont start a friend of mine say because i use the 1300 block it wont work but he wont tell me why i drilled the block and fit the crankshaft sensor and every tin like the 1500 but still nothing

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you didn't....the "drillings" would go right into the crankcase....unless someone used a shop vac while drilling....what was wrong with using the proper one? perhaps this sensor has slightly different characteristics....is there any way we can put the proper one back in?~

did you check power to the sensor?

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