Hello, I'm new here, sorry if someone has already found a similar problem as to what I'm fighting with on this truck. I've read through hours of posts, but haven't found any progress in my testing. I have a 2011 Ford Ranger 4.0L, 5 speed manual, 4x4 truck, under 94,000 miles. The truck had a timing chain guide failure and sat for about 1 year. I recently pulled the engine, put new head gaskets, replaced all the timing components, also used a timing tool set for reassembly. The engine cranks but will not start. I have a Matco scanner, no codes available. I see engine RPM, tested injector pulse with a noid light (injectors are firing, so I'm pretty sure the crank sensor is okay but tried 2 different new ones), I did a compression test on each bank at 175 PSI in two cylinders I tested, also pulled the driver side valve cover and rechecked the cam timing with the tool. I have 12 volts to the coil block, but I'm not seeing the ground signals from the PCM to the coil block in order to charge and trigger the coils to send spark to the plugs. I haven't been able to find a pin out for the PCM connectors but I did open and inspect the harness for any loose connections or broken grounds.. Anyone have any ideas as to what I am missing? I guess its possible the PCM has failed after sitting but I would like to be sure before replacing it.