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    no start after motor swap

    replaced the small block (due 2 spun rod bearing), water pump, oil pump, and timing belt on an 03 wrx
    all done by prof. car was completed, wouldnt start. ripped apart, and put back together. still wont start.
    anyone have this problem b4??
    and if so, wat problems were u having and wat did u do to fix it?

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    Timing: is it 100% absolutely correct?

    Fuel: do you have fuel to the injectors?

    Spark: do you have spark to the plugs?


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    Also, make sure all of the sensors are checked. Sometimes even one plug left unplugged can cause the car to not start.
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    im sure its timed properly. i do believe he sed somthing about the spark. ummm, replacing a few sensors 2day. will ask about fuel injector.
    thnx

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    ok, kool. come 2 find out, there was a small (i couldnt see it) nick in my timing gear. bought the new gear. car runs great

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    i've seen a lot of people mix up the fuel line and fuel return line which obviously causes a no start, verify that the fuel hose coming from the center of the fuel filter goes to the top of the three connections at the fuel rail

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