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it may have a bd crank sensor as that signal is what commands the pcm to fire the fuel injectors.
is there any codes???
you said it has fuel??? what is the fuel pressure??? what is the compression????
how is the spark???
did he have the distributor out during the timing belt replacement???
is this the set up you have???
according to the diagram, that is not correct. do all the line line up as in the picture???
and he cannot get it running??? wow. I am out of ideas. I will open this up to the other guys to see if they have any better ideas
Hi my name is***** will try to help. What are the code numbers he is getting?
I see that compression is at 150 per cylinder.... Can you post the results for each cylinder when you reach him and the codes? I was thinking crank sensor signal as well but it seams you are getting RPM reading and fuel and spark. If the timing and other checks check out good I recommend locating a test ECM and trying that.
Have you tried unplugging the EGR? Also removing it to see if it is carboned up and sticking? another thing the troubleshooting says is a possible failed PCM.
I had an EGR cause a crank no start on a 2.2 L GM engine before actually. I luckily had another faulty EGR but it allowed the engine to start but idle erratically where one would not. It was odd but sometimes strange things can happen..
In this case the EGR is definitely bad and needs to be changed but I understand it may or may not be a cause of your no start but you can get these pretty inexpensive on the web if you do not mind waiting... I believe you can find them for 30-50 range online rather than 65- over 100 at some parts stores
I was referencing the one for the 2.2 L I had to buy. Sorry for the confusion.... I just checked on this one and the cheapest is around 230.00 on e bay free shipping. BWD EGR1681 or EGR Valve NAPA 226581