In the future, to get better result, do not reply to an existing post. Create your own post.
As we have so many questions, when a technician opens up a forum, he/she will generally looks for the ones that have not been answered. The ones that have already had more than one replied will be assumed that they have been taken care of.
Any way, with regards to your problem, have your mechanic to start checking the camshaft and crankshaft position sensors. these two sensors work in tandem and are responsible for ignition timing and fuel delivery. So, it doesn't matter if you have spark and fuel (most basic things to check for no-start conditions), your vehicle requires both sensor to be operational for the spark to ignite the fuel.
Thursday, April 2nd, 2009 AT 11:50 PM