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1999 Chevy Tahoe cranks, no start.

lapdog81lapdog81 Posts: 1
edited February 2016 in Chevrolet
I just replace the distributor, cap, rotor, and, cam sensor. I set everything up at tdc1 and put the distributor in and plugged everything in and now i get a crank no start with no codes.

Answers

  • double check make sure cylinder 1 was tdc compression stoke not exhaust stroke best way is when u pull spark plug press in a wad of paper towel or toilet paper and by hand with good pressure turn motor over till it pops out u will know defiantly u are on compression stroke. double check all electrical connections and plug wires .
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