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It could be the CPS, but as you now know throwing parts at a repair is costly and sometimes it does not fix anything. A code scanner should be able to tell you if the sensor is bad. If the CPS goes bad you will have no spark.
what about checking the ignition or the fuel pump relay? i wouldnt try touching the positive and negative leads together even after five minutes as the ciruit has capacitors and inductors in them and this could cause damage to the electronics.if there's no fuel and no spark it sounds like a common fault. try disconnecting your immobiliser behind the glove box (most of the mk3's starts with them disconnected)