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Fuel injectors not pulsing; have fuel and spark

We replaced the head gaskets and rings ofthe 4.2 engin which sat for

two years. the engin turns over with good spark and runs on ether.

the ecu seems to be working in other similar cars but heats up when we try

starting the engin. diagnostic led is not giving us any useful info (some

numbers flash but difficlt to read and dont make sense)

checked wires to injectors with noid with no results...we know the wires

have electicity but no pulse. fuel pump is new and is working.

could there be a grounding problem some where?

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Wrong timing, readjust the distributer.

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