This could be a number of problems. check to see if you are getting fire, if not the coil pack might be bad. and are you certain you ar getting fuel to the injectors. if not this could be a clogged fuel line, a bad fuel pump relay, or a bad fuel pump.
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suggest 1st that you check your battery connections,next,have your altenator checked,and battery,for FREE,at any auto zone or advance autoparts store.does the engine turn over slow? like dead battery? if so,we're headed in the right direction.your issue is with bad battery,bad battery,broken altenator belt. or maybe a loose belt. have these checked 1st and thank you for choosing fixya.com
In the trunk behind the carpet on the drivers side there is a fuel system re-set switch. With the ignition off push the re-set button then turn the ignition to the on position for a few seconds then turn it off to re-set it.