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Dodge StealthThe car that can still draw looks from auto enthusiasts everywhere, the Dodge Stealth. From the Naturally Aspirated version to the Twin Turbo, the Dodge Stealth has a little something for everyone.
http://www.stealth316.com/0-frames.htm have some technical info that might help you.
Check all the connections at the distributer and make sure everything plugged in correctly. As far as cam position sensor if nobody answers by the time i'm back at my apartment i will look up in my manual.
All connects are good at the distributor - everything plugged in correctly. I should add this...The problem started after I unplugged the MAF sensor while it was running and shortly after plugged it back in while it was still running. Over the next couple days it got harder and harder to start until it decided to stall while running and never started again. I have added the parts |I listed in post 1 since that time.
you pointed out that you cannot here the injectors clicking. Can you get a test light and poke the injector wire wile trying to start the car and see if it's geting power? If not then you can trace the wire to see where the problem is.