Do me a favor, check the fuel pump pressure. Even though you are getting fuel, it may not have enough pressure to open the poppet on the injectors. Also, check to make sure the injectors are getting power. You need a noid light to check. Most parts stores will lend one to you. All you do is disconnect the injector and plug the wiring into the light. Crank the engine and the light should pulse when it receives power. To make it really easy, see if it will start for a few seconds with starting fluid. If it does, you know it's fuel related.
Let me know what you find.
Monday, February 7th, 2011 AT 7:31 PM