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I replaceed the vaulve cover gaskets on my 1984 blazer, and i took off some vacume lines and wires. I then tried to put it all back together and now it will not start, what could be the problem?

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    Is it "trying" to start or just cranking? Is it backfiring? Need more info.



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Check spark plug wires position closely

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