Reconfirm that there is sparking and fuel is being injected into the cylinders.
Ensure the engine compression is within specs.
Since engine has not started for quite some time and if fuel is getting into the cylinders, it could have caused the compression to drop.
Remove the spark plugs and squirt some engine oil into the cylinders and crank the engine briefly to bring up the compression. Do this with the fuel pump or inijectors disconnected to prevent flooding.
Reinstall the spark plugs and retry.
With sparks and fuel being injected into the cylinders, it is hard to accept a PCM fault.
Tuesday, August 17th, 2010 AT 7:16 AM