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My 95 talon will not start

I got to work and killed my battery by leaving my lights on. tryed jumping the car would not start, got it tested battery was junk. got new one along with plugs, plug wires, and a coil and it still wont start and i cant find how to reset the ECU

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Reset the ECU? Who told you to do that? Check the basics. Does it have fuel and spark while cranking? Did those wires get put on correctly when they were replaced? Be sure the wires are correct. You can go here and pick the right engine to see how the wires should be run:

You didn't mention which engine you had (with or without turbo).

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