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I have put another engine in my 1996 pontiac grand am 3100 sfi v6

I try starting it the engine roll over but it don,t start what do i look for to solve the problem

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Turn your key to the ACC position and listen for the fuel pump. If you hear it hum try checking the car with
an OBD2 and see if you have a code.It could be you mass air flow sensor or a fuel restriction problem. Make sure your sensors are good and plugged in. There is two sensors the have to do with timing and those would be the crankshaft positioning sensor and the cam shaft positioning sensor. Hope this helps.

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Check the crank sensor and the cam sensors see if they r pluged in

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