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My car won't start after replacing the engine when told it was timing problems and easier to replace the whole thing rather than tinker with it, and a new fuel pump when there was no fuel being sent through the lines. It's still not getting fuel or spark but it seems there is a wiring problem under the fuse box, how do we get it out to figure out where the problem is? And does this seem logical?

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I wonder if maybe some wiring got pinched when replacing the engine, that is completely illogical that you have no fuel or spark. Thats what I would do is start checking for power and ground at fuel pump and spark sources like the crank sensor. That would be the only thing that makes sense to me.

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