OK.. Good morning!
I see you have new coil pack, and still no start.. fuel pump is runniing, etc..
So, is there a theft light, or is the alarm on?
Can you read codes out of the computer by jumping the pins on the connector?
You need the 12 PIN connector to be able to do this.
What I'm getting at with the code thing, is there are 2 crank position sensors, and a cam position sensor. Each one is a hall effect sensor. To test them, you can backprobe the connector and attatch a sealed beam headlight to it, and while you crank the engine.. the light should flash. If it doesn't then you have a bad sensor. You would start with the one on front of the engine, then the one on eht side of the engine, and he cam sensor in the back of the engine on the engine block side transmission flange.. like righ behind a head. ACTUALLY the only way to 'test a hall effect sensor is to replace it, but.. it DOES send a pulsing signal back to the computer, and a headlight draws about as much power to run, as the rest of the system, so it is a fairly close 'simulation'.
When you find where the pulsing stops, you have found the bad component.
Another thing to check, still.. There is an oil level sensor in the pan, and sometimes the wires running to it, get messed up. It should come off a 2 wire connector on the coil pack, and run down to that sensor.. so you will want to look into that, also. I have seen these wires touch the exhaust
and melt.. Causing problems like that, also.