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To check and see if the issue is fuel related, you can get some carb cleaner or starting fluid and spray it directly into the throttle body. Then crank the engine, if it fires for a few seconds on it, then it tells us there is spark and no fuel. At that point it's worth checking the fuel pressure to see if any is getting to the fuel rail. If not, then it's a safe bet to change the fuel pump. If you are getting fuel to the rail, then it may be a fuel injector issue. One step at a time though.
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