@LynnCrumbling Man on man. I have never seen two (or one) peoples with SO many GM Body codes on so many vehicles. I'm still thinking somebody is trusting a $8 bluetooth OBDII reader and a free cellphone app.
Lol. It's definitely very different these days. :)
Anyhow, in the fall we have to run the entire woods, pulling branches and trees off the lines (sometimes trees a couple feet in diameter) and pulling the taps out of their sockets to make sure they are flowing correctly and to prepare them for tapping in February.
*Finished unloading...* What's been keeping you busy?
Seems he would like to talk about it and maybe help ... which I'm always eternally grateful for. I haven't really bothered my brethren here because diagnosing this over the internet is going to be very tough.
So, the fuel pump is running. I can hear it when I turn the key. Air ... no obstructions, other than the throttle body plates. Spark ... none. Timing (crank) ... sensor checked as responsive. Timing belt correctly in place. Timing (cam) ... sensor checked as responsive. Exhaust ... open headers, but there. Compression ... it was there when I pulled the engine from the SVX, no reason for it to have disappeared since.
There is gas in the tank as well.
@Zaid - I'm not sure how I can positively test power to the coils.