Update: Was a bad Crank Position Sensor.
Well a little history...
Had my 2.8 replaced with a 3800sc II from a 2001 Bonneville. Drove about 1900 miles and shipped it off to Germany.
I picked it up from the shipper and on my 15 mile trip to the house it spun a bearing (number 1 connecting rod).
Tear down and rebuilt. Reinstall and guess what no spark,
I've triple checked all the wires and connectors. Also check ground and power on all leads and locations that i could reach or poke.
Day two of the tear down it started to rain so i hooked up the battery and connected the positive and neg cables to roll up of the windows. First attempt was unsuccessful i checked that i had the correct wires and tried again this time we had power. Rolled up the windows
1) is it possible i shorted out the PCM if the 1st time i had the wires crossed?)
2) Could the PCM reset to factory defaults/security? It was with out power 75 days?
3) i haven't scanned the computer or reset any codes. I'll be ordering a OBD 2 scanner and or possibly a HP Tuner (never hurts to have one right?)
Fuel pump primes and pressure is 40-60psi
Oil pressure climbs to 20-30 while cranking
There is no smell of fuel in the exhaust or on the plugs.
I attached my spark tester and no light while crank.
Tach also stays at 0 while crank.
I've tried the security relearn if that's even enabled (hope its disabled)
4) So what else can i check or test?
Thanks for any help and or ideas.
[This message has been edited by Tweeter (edited 06-19-2015).]