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There are only three items that enable an engine to run. It must have fuel,spark and air. I am sure that it is getting air. Check for spark next. Sounds like it is not getting fuel to me. Check that the fuel pump is running. On most GM vehicles you can hear the fuel pump run and whine a little prior to starting. Check the fuel pump relay also.
it could also be the fuel pressure regulator or fuel filter that is in line or mabey the fuel injection relay i no it will not start if that blows well i hope this help please give a good rating that you
the car wont start? do you mean the engine wont turn over or it wont fire or run? if the car does not run but it turn over, check the basic..see if you have sparks and fuel, then check all your fuse pertaining to engine and ignition. the car need to have both thing in order for the engine to run. If you getting both sparks and fuel you engine may have jump time especially with older car with high miles, it the sign timing belt getting worn, you don't want it to break. if you don't get fire from spark plug then you may have a bad coil,distubutor,rotor or timing sensor. if you get no fuel, fuse blown, bad fuel pump relay or fuel pump it self. hope that help some ..good luck