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Bunker Hill, WV
Remove the fuel pump relay and diagnose the 'no spark' issue first.Reply , when you have spark.
The fix , would be to have the 'blinking' (doing damage) check engine light properly diagnosed and deal with needed repairs as necessary.
Harsher ride , rims damage easier and , my god , check price and availability of the replacement rims and maybe get 2 ahead of time so if one does get bent , you won't have to wait a week to get it replaced. Goes for the tires too.Enjoy the ride!>
Disable fuel system and crank over 'til oil pressure light goes off , or gauge indicates pressure. Then re-install fuel pump relay and start.---TRUE 'fresh rebuild' hold at 2000RPM for at least 5 minutes , let it 'learn' the 'base' idle later.
TEST fuel pressure. Post results. DON"T say 'pressures good' ....Post PSI #s.
Something failed.....Pressure test to CONFIRM the source/area of leak.
Can you identify the marks on the cam , crank , head and block, or is that part of what you're asking us? As long as the crank is at TDC for#1 and cam gear (usually small hole in cam & lines up with a 'dimple' in cyl. head cover) are at correct positions and as pushrod said , belt tension is correct , you should be alright.
If all your other indicator and gauge back-lights work properly , then , no it's probably just a bulb failed.
Someone installed an aftermarket security system , and that would be the 'code/signal' source to 'unlock' it.
What solenoid? Internal or external mount? Try 'youtube'? OR 'www.alldatadiy.com'