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ok you had a p0302 and p0303 and what was the last code to make sure?
do you remember the last code #?
lets makes sure of this if you turn the ignition on does the check engine light come on in the cluster?
that is good thing . now if you have the air cleaner off.. at the intake manifold there is a sensor held by one bolt remove and shoot carb cleaner in the hole for 5 seconds . place the sensor back in the manifold and crank the car to see if it will at least kick over ,
use pic for reference!! let me know