Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
You should probably check the timing. It's not uncommon for Chevy's to jump time when they are shut off. Bring the engine around so the timing mark on the bottom pully is at 0 and lift the distributor cap. The rotor button should either be under the #1 plug wire( front wire on driver's side) or 180 degrees away from it. If it's off 180 then turn the engine over until the 0 lines up again. The rotor button should line up then. If it doesn't then turn the distributor until it does and try to start it. It should start there but you will still have to change the timing chain and gears.Hope this helps.
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