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First thing to do is check the fuel pump fuse.
Other than that, the the two most common causes of a crank no start is either 1) a bad crank sensor or 2) no fuel delivery. It is very unlikely that this is related to the cracked hose you replaced.
I would see if the car will catch/fire using quick start. If it will not start with the quick start, then you have a bad crank sensor and therefore no spark, and you will need to replace the crank sensor.
If it does fire on the quick start, then you have a fuel delivery problem and you will need to check the pump for power. If there is power present and the pump is not running, then the pump is bad. If there is no power, it is likely the relay.
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Edited by Steve on 12/14/2010 at 4:25 PM EST