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Since there are no codes, I would start by checking to see if the fuel pressure is within the manufacturer's specs. Low pressure can cause this.
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You could try to see if it starts for a couple seconds using starting fluid. If it does, then it is fuel related. If it doesn't, then we need to check for spark to the plugs.
Here are the manufacturer's specs for fuel pressure:
FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS
FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE
400 kpa Â 34 kpa (58 psi Â 5 psi)
You will need a fuel pressure gauge. Most parts stores will lend or rent one to you.
Let me know what you find or if you have other questions.
Saturday, August 17th, 2019 AT 7:17 PM