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1987 nissan pulsar won't start

I have a 1987 nissan pulsar with the 1.8 in it. I replaced the head gasket and it won't start. I posted earlier and someone ask if the crank sensor was plugged in, it is. Is there a way to test the crank sensor, power to coils and any other ideas.

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YOU GOT THE TIMING OFF ON THE TIMING BELT BY HALF  TURN.                                                    GOOD LUCK!

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  • rat22 Jul 02, 2011

    doesnt help much need to know were timing marks are ect for top and bottom thanks

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