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No start I had head problems, had to replace the head gasket. I took the engine out and put it back in, now when i go to start the car it won't say nothing. Put in a new starter and everything and when i go to start it still won't say anything, but i bypass it and it tries to start without the key but when i try it with the key it won't do anything. What am i missing or doing wrong?

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Check ignition switch wire connections

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