Please ask as many questions as you like. I really need some help with this. Guys, I need some serious help with this one. I feel as though I have troubleshot EVERY possible item on the truck and it just won't start. Let me give a brief history of what I'm dealing with. This is a 1990 gas-powered v8 Silverado chassis with the standard setup. It has a carb-injection setup with 2 injectors, nothing fancy. This guy brought the car over to my house so I could do some work on it and kind of clean it up. The top shell of the truck is a 57 Chevy, but all the internals are from the Silverado. The truck looks great on the outside, but the wiring and overall "cleanliness" of the engine bay lacks order. So I thought I would do him a favor and organize things for him. Well this has turned out to be a HUGE drawn out deal and now that I am about to get the car back together, it won't start. I have all of the connectors that are for the motor connected. I am getting voltage (12.x volts) to the coil pack and fuel to the injectors, but there doesn't seem to be any spark when it tries to turn over. I can read 12 volts at the pigtail where it goes to the coil, but from there I can't get spark at the plug. Although I am getting fuel and the pump is priming, there doesn't seem to be any spray when you try and start it. Not sure if it's waiting on the coil to spark or what, but there is fuel in the line coming to the injectors. I have checked all grounds, all power wires, computer connectors, etc. and everything is in place. My plan was to kind of organize and clean up the harness, but I never did get around to doing any of that. And what I'm saying is, nothing has changed since I pulled the harness out to work on it, which is why I am stumped. Obviously SOMETHING changed, but I'm just saying I didn't remove or cut any wires. I DID re-terminate wires for the starter and the solenoid, but obviously those wires are fine because I can engage the starter. I even pulled the fuel tank to confirm the hose going from the pump to the supply line didn't come loose. The car was parked about 10 months ago and hadn't been started since. Are there any things that can go bad on a truck that I should look for? I seriously need this thing out of my driveway and gone so I can focus on other projects of my own. Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated. And he's wants to sell it if anyone wants to come and pick it up.