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Check your fuel pressure to make sure the fuel pump is putting out the pressure that the manufacturer requires for the motor. Auto Zone rents out the tool required to check this. Always check pressure on either side of the fuel filter as the filter may be causing a drop in pressure.
Have the battery and alt tested for free at the local parts store. Tell them what it's doing, and start suspecting a fuel issue. Could be getting the right amount of fuel but not burning it. (plugs, wires, coil) Or could not be getting enough fuel.
Still hard to say, so get the charging/power system checked first. Let me know what you find out as I'm real curious now.
Same happened to a friend and it was the fuel pump.... Same for another friend and it was 2 bad coil packs.
Car not starting or turning over indicates towards multiple possibilities. It can be issue with battery or weak battery. But if battery checks out ok, then it can be starter issue or faulty alternator or problem with low fuel pressure or no spark at spark plugs due to dirty spark plugs or faulty ignition coil or injectors getting cracked or dirty and needs to be cleaned.
To confirm the problem, the basic troubleshooting is required.
Click this link below and follow the troubleshooting:------
If fuel filter hasn't been done lately I would start there & if you can, have fuel pressure tested while your at it. You may have tired fuel pump but pressure test will confirm. If you recently filled up somewhere different last time you got gas, I'd also try some "Heet" or similar just incase you got a tank full with some water in it.
Last night I checked the battery and it was still good. I disconnected and then reconn ected both terminals and that brought the power back. When I turned the key the power went out again. I repeated the procedure but did not turn the key. Instead, I took off the knee bolster and tried to wiggle the wires under the dash to see if I could find the source since it seems to be related to the ignition. Nothing cut the power so I started it up and it worked fine except for the check engine light which was flashing that says I have a misfire condition. I drove the car 25 miles to work this morning and will be taking it to the dealer for a better inspection.