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On most engines the engine is equipped with a crank position sensor and if this sensor is failing it will cause this issue here.This is also common to not set a fault code in some cases when it fails.One way to check this usually is to have a scan tool connected to your vehicle to first check for fault codes then from there any codes set diagnosed and repaired,the scan tool can also be used to check for an engine rpm signal.If there is no rpm signal when you crank over the engine and the engine does not start then the crank sensor needs replaced.With all that has been done and checked here I suspect this as the cause.
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