hi i am shannon i will help on this issue
the better bet is that you may have a bad crank angle sensor
you can test this with a spark tester
this is the one i use. you can buy from almost any parts store
i got it from Autozone
put it in line on a plug or coil wire
set it too 25.000 volts
have some one turn the engine over when you know it will not start
if there is no spark right away .it may be the crank angle sensor
if you do get spark then it is not the sensor
if the spark plugs are fuel fould before cranking . you may have a leaking injector or fuel pressure regulator
but test the spark first
if you have any questions please ask now
i will switch too Q&A mode you can post your questions there i will answer
please post your question in the box below thanks shannon
P.S. i will get you the location of the crank sensor and post it right away.
hear is the location of the CKP (crank poission sensor) it a little different if duel or single cam.
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