Question about Chevrolet Corsica
Long list of reasons. Fuel pump, bad coil, bad wires and plug, bad sensors, bad computer, short related to computer or any sensor, bad cat if clogged, bad crankshaft sensor, bad fuel pressure, etc, etc. Without narrowing it down some nobody will be able to tell you what it likely is. I recommend testing for spark and listen for the fuel pump hum for a few seconds when you turn the key to On position (not starting). That could narrow down a lot.
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