You need to know wether the car is not getting spark or fuel into engine or neither. then you can figure out what to check. if its no spark check coil packs and power transistor. if its fuel check computer
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I would try making sure spark plug wires are put on in the correct firing order. This is a common mistake in tune ups. Most intake manifolds have the firinging order cast in. Plug gaps correct? I cant come too far away.
No spark and no fuel pressure? That sounds like a bad ECU. I would check the ignition coil, and the signal coming from the ECU to the ignition coil. Then I would check the voltage going to the fuel pump. Next, check the timing belt and make sure the correct timing is set.
When you turn your key to the ON position, you should hear your fuel pump pressurize for a few seconds.
its probably your fuel pressure solenoid. it is probably leaking vacuum to the FPR causing your fuel pressure to be to low. try disconnecting the vacuum hose coming off the fuel pressure regulator.
put your finger over the end of the hose and have someone try and start the car. (if your alone just plug up the hose)
if the car will start easily now, replace the solenoid and the problem should be fixed