Q: Upon doing a valve adjustment all of a sudden no fire to the spark plugs why?

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Upon doing a cylinder head resurfacing,installING completely, the car ran fine. The lifter had a tap so we decided to do a valve adjustment to spec, now the car does not get spark to the plugs, what can it be, it ran before the valve adjustment now no fire what so ever????? Please help I have to be at work in 5 hrs!!!!!!!!

My car has 200000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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