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Will not start

Have spark, have fuel to fuel rail, no ignition

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If you could check fuel pressure is normal, if no pressure then no spray on injectors engine will not start, possible problems are clogged fuel filter, fuel pump not working properly, what i do to check is i squirt fuel on intake manifold and start the engine if it does start, only means one thing no fuel injected, so check fuel line, filter, pump, look for leaks. and fix

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It could be the Crank Angle Sensor that has gone faulty.

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Also check the fuel pressure at the engine, or at least verify the fuel pump is getting gas up to the engine. If you turn the key to on, not start, the fuel pump should turn on for 2 seconds to put pressure in the line and in the fuel rail where the fuel injectors are. Do you see a valve on the fuel rail, it may have a cap screwed on it. This is the test port to hook up a fuel pressure gauge and check fuel pressure. Autozone and others loan or rent fuel pressure gauges.

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Check for spark to the spark plugs, while cranking the engine. If no spark, you could have a bad ignition module, or a bad crankshaft position sensor. The crank sensor sends a signal to the computer, to start the fuel pump and signals the ignition module to start firing the spark plugs. It also drives the tachometer through the computer (PCM) Powertrain control module. The ignition module can be removed and taken to a parts store to have it tested. The crank position sensor is not as easy to test. Easier to just replace it. Good Luck. But wait, I have seen people replace the fuel pump, checked the fuel pump harness for power, and all was good. However, if the fuel pump does not have a GROUND, it will still not operate. Might want to check that. Have fun.

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Try to determine if it is fuel or ignition related.
Turn key to on, do you hear the fuel pump turn on for a couple of seconds? It should come on briefly to pressurize the lines and fuel rail on the engine. Do you have fuel at the engine under pressure? Easiest and preferred way is to check fuel pressure with a pressure gauge at the test port on the fuel rail. With key on, pressure on mpfi systems should be 40-50 psi.
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Hi, can you do a little troubleshooting for us to help diagnose? Need to know if you are getting sparks and fuel to the fuel rail. Methods are provided in the following post: http://www.fixya.com/cars/r5821173-doesnt_car_start_gasoline_engines
If you can run some of these checks and get back to us with results, we can better help you to get your car started. OK?

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