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I have spark, does not start.

I backed the 88' Bronco out of the garage. Parked it. Went out later to start it. It has spark (tested a spark plug wire). Acts like it is not receiving fuel. Turns over very easy, almost like there is no compression. Not even a bark.

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Sounds like it has jumped time.

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