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Are you fixing this issue yourself? If so, first thing to check is that the lift pump is filling up the fuel filter assembly. Is it?
Sorry for the delayed response - I'm usually online weekdays from 1 to 8 PM.
First, check 30A fuse F30 under the dash (see attached graphic). That is power to PCM and fuel heater, if fuel heater in bottom of filter shorts out, it blows that fuse and the engine won't start. If you find the fuse blown, replace the heater - you can unplug it and the engine will still start and run OK since it's only needed in the winter.
Next thing would be to check the Under Valve Cover Harness for any possible fraying and shorting, especially on the driver's side - could also be the connector under the valve cover not making a good connection.
Please let me know what you find.
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I was referring to the fuel heater located in the lower part of the fuel filter assembly. Was fuse 30 blown?