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Engine won't start

Truck died on the road. Power going to distributor but not coming out. Also, fuel pump not pressurizing when key is in run position. Replaced the distributor completely, fuel pump relay and the ecm. Still has the same problem. Could it be the camshaft sensor?

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Camshaft sensor check it

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