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Do you actually have spark to the spark plugs? If so then perform a compression test on all the cylinders.you have to prop open the intake butterfly valve and cut the fuel off from the injectors prior to performing this.Install the compression gage to all cylinders one at a time and turn over the engine about 6 to 7 times. read the number and document it for each cylinder.they should have a min of 100 to 110 psi just for combustion of the fuel.if not, then you still have some internal concerns...hope this help you out a bit,
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