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Put timming chain and cam and crank sensors still no injecter pulse

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Check that there is voltage at the cam and crank sensors, particularly the crank sensor. And, maybe swap out a computer ito see if that rectifies the problem, since the computer controls the injector pulse assuming it gets a signal through the wiring to the crank sensor.

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