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If you have checked the fuse for the injectors and when you turn the key it sounds like it wants to start then you could try running fuel injector cleaner through the system but better yet determine which injectors are plugged and replace them. Best yet, replace all the injectors it is best for both the vehicle and the environment (emissions) to have them at the same age. With it not starting you can be pretty sure injector number one needs replacing. By injector number one I mean the injector that supplies the first cylinder with fuel to fire. To determine which is injector number one you need the firing order for your vehicle.
My best guess would be bad injectors. Theyou may not be closing completely and allowing gas to leak into cylinders and down into the oil pan. Does the engine start right away or do you have to turn it over awhile before it starts? If so probably injector problem.
Hope this helps
leaky injector/s is flooding motor, mechanically clean or replace. And clean throttle body while you are at it with spray cleaner. Should be almost spotless where large throttle valve opens and closes.
Sounds like you have leaking fuel injector poppets. You should replace the fuel injector spider with an updated MFI style injector spider. It could also be the fuel pressure regulator, which is included with the new MFI.