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No spark after changing headgasket on 2005nissan altima2.5

Timing is lined up with marks and colored chain...ran good before taking it apart...all connections are hooked up???help please

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I say check your crank position sensor!!

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SOURCE: hello i've just change the timing chain but i

You likely have the chain off one notch. Recheck the alignment marks very carefully to make sure they are right.

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