The car is getting compression air and fuel but will not start, it cranks n acts like it will start but just wont. replaced battery, spark plugs, distributor, ignition coil, the whole ignition system, and the computer and still nothing.
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You have spend a lot of money on parts, have you invested in a Compression Tester or I believe you have Blown your Head Gasket, Cracked your Head. You are now getting Blow By and it is going into your System.
YOUR problem with your Raw Fuel getting into your Exhaust is due to the LAck of compression to Ignite the fuel.
It could also be a Bent or Swallowed Valve.
A Cylinder Leak Down Test will help you resolve this issue.
As you are finding out ....this is how you kill a car. You need fuel, spark, compression, and air to run an engine. Look for spark and fuel items to be working. A computer controls much of the spark part. They canbe sensitve electrically. If you are cranking ..starter sounds ok. Alt. will act up after you get started. concentrate on spark and spark control. Fuel and fuel control. This is what you need to start.
your electronic fuel injectors should have a similar connector as another make sure you didn't connect the wrong piece to you electronic fuel injection wires, the connection should be a 2 hole plug and should run from the coil to the intake
If you are getting spark to the plugs, (and assuming nothing has happened to screw up the timing of the spark), the only thing that would cause the car not to start is that you are not getting fuel into the cylinders. You can check this by squirting some ether into the air intake of the engine. You can get some start spray at an auto parts store.