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run fault codes and check for ambient air temp/water temp/cam/crank position servos/sensors faults. Something that is controlled by temperature that is connected to the cpu is telling it not to start as it is out of parameters.
Check the fuel pump fuse and relay, if it's OK, you have a bad fuel pump. About the no spark, could be many things Ignition coil, distributor (if so equipment) , main shaft position sensor, computer problem Good Luck
Very possible. I would check the sensor with a meter. I would say it most likely the crank shaft sensor. Some are located behind the pulley area and some are located at the back of the engine where the transmission meets the engine. Good Luck
This could be a number of things...
Crank sensor, cam sensor, coil, PCM, spark control module, ect.
Start with the sparkplugs, make sure they are firing if not work your way back from there spark pligs, wires, coil, control module, cank and cam sensors, PCM this is what i would do if this rolled into my shop.
check your starter relay in the power distribution center. if you are not getting any crank. with a test light or dvom you can check the small signal wire on your starter solenoid when the key is in the crank position there should be power on this wire. it sounds like you are not getting signal to the starter from the ignition switch