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Did you replace these sensors cause you had a code for them? Also where did you buy the sensors you installed? Do you have the old sensors?
You had no codes, you just replaced them?
How many miles on this car? Did you recently get gas? did you happen to pull the spark plugs out and check them to see if they are soaked with fuel?
If they are after market sensors ( which they are now ) they tend to cause issues and not throw codes. It's always best to stick with the dealer for electrical parts.
At this point since there is no codes, we will need to pull spark plugs to see if they are soaked with fuel. If the engine gets flooded the fuel can wash out the cylinder walls which lowers compression which can keep the engine from starting.
So lets pull spark plugs and let me know what you find.
At the same time, I need to get off line. It's 11 pm where I am. Can we continue this tomorrow?
Then we need to pull the fuel pump fuse and do a compression test
No codes still? How are you checking for codes?
Did you get gas recently before this happened?
this car requires the fuel pressure to be 56 psi. It can feel like it comes out strong at 35 psi. We may need to do a fuel pressure test since you have no codes..
I hear ya.. I brought a universal fuel pressure tester kit to do these cars.
ok.. Another thing you can try is to spray some throttle cleaner in the intake after the maf sensor and see if it runs. If it does, you know it's a fuel issue.
Let me know how you make out..
Oh.. I have a few idea's, but it requires a scanner to monitor intake timing. Normally with that description you just said it could be a timing issue. Meaning it may have jump time or the intake timing sprocket may be stuck.
This may require more advanced diagnostics now to determine if my thoughts are correct.