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try to boost battery if starts alternator problem battery prob if it turns no start other problems no fire no gas etc you have to start from one step at a time to solve why so go slow and try one thing at time or go back to who replace engine did he tighten all i mean all cables such as starter wires ground wires etc battery and alternator
Have you looked at the gas or gas tank. It could be full of water. Your specific pump could be sitting up high where the gas water line settles after a period of time. Try some dry gas and run the tank out.
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Long start time and misfires can be caused by retarded
engine time. Purchase a timing light and check your engine time against the
front pulley and the timing scale located around your timing chain cover. If you have
recently had your timing belt or chain replaced you could be a tooth off.
With regard to your ABS light the easiest thing to check or replace is the
speed sensor on the wheel. Because this is a magnetic pick-up sensor and due to
the location (on the wheel behind the rotor) can be susceptible to corrosion.
That is also the most common cause of an illuminated ABS light. Do you have 4
or 2 wheel anti lock? The 4 wheel abs doesn't change what could be wrong, it
just means you have more speed sensors to check.