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Crank no start: has no spark and only has injector pulse on cyl # 1. if you spray starting fluid directly into throttle body car starts and stays running and has spark and inj. pulse. once you turn the car off you loose spark and inj. pulse and will not restart until you spray more starting fluid

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I would run a fuel pump pressure test.

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Fuel pump, you have to have press in the rail to fire all injectors- she will run on ether but not good for her. Ck your pump and any related fuses,relays,wiring.

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1.check the spark plugs to see if they are wet/soaked.
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Is there an injector pulse going to the injector?(an electrical pulse to fire the injector).
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