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Why is there no fire to coil pack and how do I fix it?

Head gasket replaced, heads machined and valve job new coil pack but still no fire. engine cranks but wont start.

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Hi Delberta, The links below are short youtube videos showing how to fix a car that cranks but doesn't start, In the 1st video this guy tests if it's fuel or electrical.......................................................
Fixing Car That Cranks But Doesn Start Up Fixing Car That Cranks But Doesn Start Up
I don't know if you have a cranksharft OR camsharft position sensor so here's both... I hope this helps...CHEERS.........................
Crankshaft Position Sensor car not starting coil spark

Camshaft Position Sensor P0340 Testing and Replacement HD

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I blew a head gasket 91 silverado fixed it with a sealer had to adjust 2 lifters but it still acts like it not fireing on a couple cyc.


now how would any one at fixya site know if some body fix the engine properly
WELL no we don't
but we do know that you method of fixing is a failure as short cuts seldom work
Pull the head , have it machined flat , fit new head gasket , use all new head studs and replace any other bolts that are suspect
That will be well on the way to doing the job properly

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