With the information provided(Thank you for trusting us to help you) there are too many things it could be to list here in any type of order, so lets start with what has been done, and I assume you have not done anything yet other than an attempt to start the car and a visual inspection. Three things are necessary in order for internal combustion gasoline fueled engines to run, fuel, spark and compression. I will eliminate compression because we know the car did run, that leaves fuel and spark which in this case go together. So here goes with a silly question, is there fuel in the tank? Next item to consider, is the fuel pump working and is there sufficient fuel pressure? If there is spark, then a bit of aerosol parts cleaner sprayed into the intake should make the car start if only temporarily. If this proves true then fuel is the only missing component, and we are closer to getting you back on the road. If not then there will be a need to go further and I request you send me a private message to coordinate this repair as I find having to type back and forth too slow and awkward.
Thursday, July 3rd, 2008 AT 1:26 PM