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No fire @ coil

Replaced wiring harnss/underhood. Rplaced pcm. replaced coil pak. I still have nothing . After replacing all those componets the car cranked and ran great for about 5 seconds . nothing since , no fire . What do you suggest ?

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Make sure the cam sensor is plugged in properly, located on the drivers side on the side of the head, if is is I would check make sure the cam is turing, if is is it could possably be the timeing is out on the belt

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