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When taking battery cables loose, I try to use memory saver. Hoping there won't be any problems on start-up? Are you saying the starter motor cranks good, but, won't start? If so, have helper crank it, while you check for spark at the spark plugs--check proper fuel pressure--check fuel injector pulse. If the starter motor won't even crank, then have to check voltage and ground for the starter motor. Any starter testing, make sure tranny is in park or neutral and functional parking brake is set.
Try moving the coil pack from cylinder 1 to another cylinder (swap locations) and see if the same code comes up. If code is different, then coil pack is bad. Other reasons for miss; bad injector, poor compression. Also, I know you changed plugs already, but always use AC Delco 43-103 plugs on this vehicle.
you will have to drop the fuel tank ,remove the straps while supporting tank,remove fuel lines and vent lines,lower to ground ,remove ring that holts pump ***. in tank.Be certain to change filter and strainer