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Engine swap no spark

I changed two running engines only one year differant I put a good running 318 out of a 96 1500 automatic in a 95 1500 with a standard but now I have no spark

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This is a common prob you have one ground wire that is for your computer only it bolts tho i wanna say the back of the ac pump i had the same prob some time it will not allow the check engine light eliminate and can also make the abs light come on let me know how this wors its asingle ground

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