I know this thread is late, but if you haven't solved the problem yet, check the crankshaft position sensor. The car's PCM uses it's signal to time the sparks. If there's no signal or the signal is wrong somehow, then the spark timing will be off and the car won't run. I had this same problem with a 94. After several mechanics tried replacing the fuel pump, ignitor, injectors, coils/wires, timing belt, etc etc, I stumbled on an OBDII plug hiding in the fuse box. The scanner readout showed a failed crankshaft position sensor. Replaced it, and the car has worked fine since then.
Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 AT 5:50 PM