Q: Timing chain was replaced, starts dies immidiately.
A: Engine is not timed properly . Simply replacing the timing chain is not enough . The engine valve timing has to be set up for the engine to run properly . This comprises the relative position of the crank shaft to the cam shaft and the distributor . Sounds like a lot but it really isn't . Cylinder #1 needs to be at top dead center . Cam shaft needs to be in a position where both valves for Cylinder #1 are closed , and the distributor rotor button is pointing at cylinder #1 . Once these conditions are met and everything is tight , your engine should run properly . Alldatadiy.com should be of further assistance in a full procedure for timing the engine .