that friggin' bites....since you adjusted the t-belt maybe You should gives the original Distro. a try for s&g's...I can shipped down to You if You want.
starting with a OEM replacment igintion switch tomorrow going to see where that leads me. I noticed that the speeds sensors all look new. (doesnt mean there good) but want to start with the simple stuff.Toph said:Test (or replace with known good units) your engine speed sensor and crank position sensors. A google search for those two will lead you to some good info. Check your grounds as well. Also, do you hear the fuel pump when you turn the key on, before attempting to crank it over?
ill have to check for the pin. No codes.audiPete said:any chance that the flywheel timing pin was damaged or broken?
Double checked distributor position and that it's not 180 degrees off?
ECU codes would help you troubleshoot
I tried another ECU.rogermoz said:Is it possible the ECU is just bad or have a bad solder joint?