Starting problems after swapping 4.6 engine to a new body
I bought a 1995 4.6 Tbird this year. I've had to swap an engine, transmission and all wires to a new body since mine was completely rusted and I've already finished it myself, unfortunately not correctly at all.
The engine cranks but it won't start. The starter runs but there's no spark on ignition coils and I can't hear a fuel pump which was checked out and is ok.
My friend who is a mechanic said that it looks like I missed a ground on an engine wire. The problem is that all grounds I know are in their places... but maybe I'm wrong? Is there any diagram with all underhood/engine grounds?
I'll be thankful for any other suggestions of what to try to bring my car to life. I spent a hell lot of time on that project, faced and solved many, many problems and now I feel like I've had enough with it. It's almost done but still - almost and I can't find a solution.
Tbirds are extremely rare in Poland, I have noone here to ask about that car so I really count on you guys.
Tell me if anything is not understandable for you, I'll try to explain in better.
Thanks in advance, Johnny.