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The first thing to do is to read the engine control module (known as the "PCM") and see if any codes are present that would explain the no start. You do this test with a OBD2 system code reader hooked to the diagnostic connector under the dash or a full service scanner. Next check for fuel, an easy way to see if fuel is the problem is to buy a can of spray starting fluid (ether) from the hardware/auto parts store and spray into the air intake of the engine, if it starts and stalls out right way you have a failed fuel pump or injector circuit issue.
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