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I just installed new timing chains,gear, cylinder heads, camshafts JWT C2 headers.I have the car all put together. I tried to start the car nothing, fuel pump cycles and put

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I just installed new timing chains,gear, cylinder heads, camshafts JWT C2
headers.I have the car all put together. I tried to start the car nothing, fuel pump cycles and put out 45psi but no spark. put timing light on the wire the nissan manual tells you to check nothing. Pulled a coil and plug and ground that out still not spark. Checked all my grounds seem good. Where do I begin checking?

Thank you for your advise greatly appreciated. Once she starts it is off to get tuned
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You maybe out of timing a bit. Did you turn engine over a few times manually before push button start? Make sure your not way off.

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Doesn't take much before it doesn't let you start.
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You maybe out of timing a bit. Did you turn engine over a few times manually before push button start? Make sure your not way off.

See P0340

Doesn't take much before it doesn't let you start.
SteveSAS-Thank you for your reply. NO I did not it sounds like I need to check that. I appreciate the advise. I am a Noob to the 370Z so used to old school cars hahah.

Thanks again!! i will check it
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You maybe out of timing a bit. Did you turn engine over a few times manually before push button start? Make sure your not way off.

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Doesn't take much before it doesn't let you start.

Follow up. Well Timing was still perfect. After rotating the engine for about 2 hours i discovered that i put the Intake camshaft sprocket on the wrong sides!!!
OMG ugh.

Once again thank you for the advice
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Follow up. Well Timing was still perfect. After rotating the engine for about 2 hours i discovered that i put the Intake camshaft sprocket on the wrong sides!!!
OMG ugh.

Once again thank you for the advice
Just for future reference the sprockets are labeled L and R respectively
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