Engine 95 Gt Crank But Wont Start: Circuit Failures

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    I have a 95 Mustang GT with a newly rebuilt engine and it will just crank and not start. I have done quite a bit of research and there is no spark or power at the fuel injectors. I went through and replaced all ground wires and new power wire with 2 gauge cables. It is also worth noting that when I rebuilt the engine I also replaced my AODE with a T-5. I'm starting to become lost and have tried most of the "cheap" things so I do not just start throwing new expensive parts at it. Below are the codes that it threw when I tested it today.

    118
    122
    327
    637
    654
    565
    621
    622
    652

    Most of these appear to be circuit failures along with two shift solenoid codes. I'm assuming that the shift solenoid codes are because of my trans swap. Would this prevent the car from starting? Also, would the circuit failures point towards some sort of computer problem?

    I am at a loss and any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.
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    SOLVED: Just wanted to post an update in case anyone comes accross this in the future. I was checking the power to the tps since it was one of the parts throwing a code and it wasn't getting juice so I traced the wires to a bolt together connection on the passenger firewall that wasn't snugged down. Got the ratchet out, tightened it down and it fired right up. Complete user error!
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