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My 1994 camaro wont start

Replaced spark pulgs and wires, had coil packs and ignition control module checked all is good, and changed fuel filter and camshaft sensor

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Did you check for fuel pressure, if not have it checked, you didnt mention the crankshaft pick up sensor.

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Second, you may not be getting enough fuel pressure. Put a gauge on the fuel pressure test port. You may have a bad oil pressure sensor, located down above the oil filter. Check that oil pressure sender and make sure the connector is pushed in. The power to the fuel pump runs through the oil sender. If the engine starts and oil pressure doesn't come up quickly, the computer will shut off the fuel pump. Check this and you can also manually engage the fuel pump from the relay block down by the passenger feet.

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