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very possible if you have a security light or anti theft light coming on flashing yes that's the problem is not check for spark anD fuel if you have spark try spraying starter fluid through the intake if it cranks then you may have a problem with a cam sensor
if it's a trottle body with two injectors.remove fuel pressure,Remove the air filter, remove connector from injector,remove the center pin that hold the air filter case.than remove the top injector from tbi,than pry the injector out,
Try changing your filter first if that does not work it could be your pump. It is possible for the pump to still pump fuel up through your filter but if it is not putting out sufficient pressure then your car wont start. Most fuel injection systems require around 35psi to fire the injectors.
No spark issue can be from a number of causes. Most likely the crankshaft position sensor. It is sensitive to minor damages. check position of the teeth. If bent carefully straighten. Also can be the ECM (main computer) On cars with no fuel pressure check oil sending unit because a faulty one that tells no oil pressure will make computer cut out fuel pump operation.