Hey everyone, I was hoping to pick your brains. I bought a 2017 kia soul+ with 103k miles with a blown engine (imagine that...). I bought a wrecked 2017 kia soul+ from Copart with 80k miles for the engine donor. Now when I bought the donor I was able to start it for a few seconds. A little rattle at first as is typical with a car that's been sitting for many months without being started but then the noise went away and it idled for another few seconds before dieing. It had gotten smashed pretty good in front so I would assume it has some kind of crash codes that keep it from running. Anyhow, so for ease I just swapped the engine and transmission as a unit from the donor car into the one I'm fixing. Both engines are G4NC engines. I got everything hooked backed up and fluids filled. I go to start it and basically every light possible was on. I primed the oil, plugged in the injectors to fire it up, it cranks well but it won't turn over. So I have a crank but no start issue. I checked and have spark and fuel pressure and can even smell fuel during long cranks. I'm not sure why all the lights are on, there are no codes to be found though the check engine light is on. Do I need to have ecu reprogrammed for the new transmission? I figured this wouldn't stop it from starting and at most put it in limp mode. I'm at a loss here and could use some advice. Thanks!