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Have you tested fuel pressure? If you have no pressure the next step would be to test all relays and fuses. Next jump the fuel pump and see if the pump kicks on. If not, bad fuel pump, if it does fire, then the security system might be disabling the pump. Make sure all fuse and relays are good b
I could be a relay starting to go out. Relays have tiny moving parts inside of them. Something could be sticking, etc... I think it could most definitely be a wire rubbing somewhere and grounding it out. That seems like the more likely cause.
relays dont always go bad ck fan with jumper wires first and test ligt to see if power when a/c is on a/c overrides engine fan switch if wont work with a/c on then start cks relay shoud be in fuse box underhood also a fan fuse fuse power one side of relay fan sensor signal to open relay to power fan.
start with the fuse,the run a wire from the battery to the fans if they run.it aint them.then change the fan sensor.then check the belt.keep going up the cost factor until you find it.