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How do I check the camshaft and crankshaft sensors? Also, I already know that it's not firing, but assuming the sensors are fine what might I move to next? What else could keep the engine from firing altogether?

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  1. Faulty coil/coil pack
  2. Faulty or corroded wiring
  3. Faulty spark plugs
  4. Faulty ECU
  5. No fuel in combustion chamber
  6. Faulty security system, cutting ignition during operation.

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On the other hand if the camshaft sensor isn't reading it will start but the fuel injectors will revert to non-sequential firing.
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It is #4 in the diagram below.

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