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I replaced the exhaust manifold/header, and removed the intake in the process. Jeep ran just fine prior, now after assembly will not start.
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-Turns over
-Can hear the fuel pump run
-Gas is at the injector rail as it will squirt some out when I press the valve for pressure monitor.
-Pulled a plug, and its dry
-Dumped a small amount of gas in the intake, still wont take off at all
-Checked all the connections and appears I assembled correctly.

I will pull a plug again tonight and check for spark. Will a CPS prevent the ignition/plugs from firing as well as the fuel injectors?
I am wondering if I bumped or pulled on the wires of the CPS while navigating the header in and out.
 

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Thank you. With the plug being dry I can almost determine the injectors are not firing and with dumping some gas in the intake and it still wont pop off, I obviously have two issues going on. Just wasn't sure if the CPS prevented both. This seems like a logical place to investigate and or replace.

It was a bit of a struggle getting the header in and out and same location as the CPS, so no telling what I did during that process.
 
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