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Why does my 1997 dodge 5.9 van not firing? I replaced crank sensor, coil, fuel pump, module in distributor

Van was running great and then turned it off and it wouldn't start again; no ignition fire Help

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Have you checked the cam sensor? Is the cam belt OK?

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