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NO start mazda 626 2.2L, replaced headgasket have spark,compression,fuel,rechecked timming marks,#1 cyl up on mark crank on mark tdc, compression 120psi across all cyl.Eng turns over no problem, but still no start,

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Make sure you are getting gas and spark, they are a few ground wires that come off of injector harness that if they are not grounded will cause injector NOT to pulse re-check wiring and get back to me. Good Luck

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