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It cranks but does not turn over

I just changed the fuel regulator in my 5.7 chevy and I put it back together and it wont crank at all. I just get a clunk sound. I have charged the battery but it still does the same thing. I have checked the wires over and over and get nothing I dont even think that the wires that I unplugged would stop it from turning over.

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