Have you checked for spark? Checked for fuel pressure? Sprayed a little
starting fluid into the throttle body? (If fuel is a problem, this will let
the engine fire briefly, then quit). Tried cranking it with slight pressure
on the accelerator pedal? (If you have a faulty IAC motor, this will give
the engine the air it needs to fire). Checked the battery voltage while
cranking? (Should be >11V, or computer problems could occur). Check Engine
light on? If so, retrieve the trouble codes - cycle the ignition
OFF-ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON, and read the codes displayed on the odometer. Post
Start with those simple tests, and report back.
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