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fuel spark and no start

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I saw it thru the test port of the fuel rail with a pressure.gauge attach to it.. and the spark i test that thru each spark plug wire.. the car wants to start but nothing yet :( im frustrated lol

How are you testing the plug wires as they are all hidden inside the cam covers? Are you just testing for voltage going to the coil packs or are you actually testing the high voltage side of the coils for discharge? I am trying to understand your problem by understanding what you have tested and how...........

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What was your pressure reading with the key on? You can have fuel rail pressure and still have a bad pump. Do you hear the fuel pump when you turn the key on? Have you jumpered the Pump Relay underneath your left foot above the fuse box? Jump #87 and #30, this will keep the pump running.

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