By my guess then you are getting a crank signal.
If a v-8 jumped timing, you would have heard a lot of noise as the timing chains are a interference fit on that motor. However 20 years of those triton motors and I hadn't really seen one jump YET!
Check for fire by removing a coil, up ending it, pulling a plug out, inserting into the coil and have someone turn it over while you look at it. Back to basics of fuel, fire or compression. And unless you aren't getting any fuel (a fuel gauge I think can be rented from some of the national auto parts chains). You may have a sparking issue
Also, look at the theft light. Is it solid on, comes on and goes off, or does it blink?
Wednesday, August 26th, 2009 AT 8:52 PM