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I have a 93 Chevy pickup 4.3 liter timing chain fuel timings right wont start

(1990 Chevrolet S10 Blazer)
in Tracy, CA on March 16, 2018
We put a new timing chains check the fuel took the distributor to the spark still won't start
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on March 16, 2018
Why was the timing chain replaced?
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on March 16, 2018
Because the timing chain was real sloppy and jumped tooth
on March 16, 2018
That’s really rare - engine has got to have *several thousand* miles in it for that to happen to a 4.3L - never seen one jump time.

IF the spark is sufficient - try putting a *couple ounces* of gas in throttle body to see if it will at least try to start and run just a bit.

Should backfire or something to indicate it’s getting good spark.

Distributor may be 180° off.

Camshaft timing may be off as well.
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