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I am using a '97 Crown Vic as an enduro race car. The car must be stock, but gutted inside. While stripping the interior, I believe I have cut a wire to a sensor and now the car will not start. I drove it to the shop I'm working in and can't figure out why the car won't start. I have bypassed the fuel shut off switch, but it still won't start. What am I missing?

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