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Check compression in number three. You could have bought a bad engine. And yes. You need to change every sensor. If they don't match with the plugs. replace the engine. There is a reason for different engine codes. You should have stuck with them.
Try switching the fuel pump. Or before that, your fuel pressure regulator. The reason for no start could be because your flooding your engine. And the reason why is listed above. Hope this helps, James Booth
the misfire may be caused by a fuel injector that is not working. Do you have a good spark at that cylinder?. If so try the redneck approach to fixing a stuck fuel injector. first make sure the fuel injector plug is clean(terminals) and on tight. With the engine running, Take a long socket extension and place an end on the fuel inector plastic housing, tap on the other end with a hammer. LIGHT taps!!! remember its just plastic! sometimes this is enough to free up a stuck injector. If not, then replace the injector.
before you do this Unplug the injector and see if the engine idle changes. Also check for an electrcal pulse at the injector plug with engine running.