Thank you for the donation.
I can think of 3 items that have a remote possibility.
1. Intake Air Temperature sensor.
2. Engine Coolant Temperature sensor.
3. Ignition switch.
Additional data that I hope are helpful.
NO START/NORMAL CRANK
On models with electric Secondary Air Injection (AIR) system, perform the following procedure after the no-start condition has been repaired: Ã
Disconnect AIR solid state relay.
Start and run engine until surplus fuel is used, and then reconnect relay.
Disconnecting AIR solid state relay may set a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).
After repairs are completed, clear DTCs.
Check Inertia Fuel Shutoff (IFS) switch.
Check fuel pressure and quality (octane, winter/summer grade fuel, methanol, etc.).
Check add-on alarm/anti -theft devices.
Check wiring harness connectors.
Check for disconnected or restricted air intake duct.
Check fuses and relays.
Check the following items: Ã
Check ignition and fuel system.
Check if engine will start and run at part throttle. If engine starts and runs, Idle Air Control (IAC) system may be defective.
Check for restricted exhaust system.
Check engine mechanical condition.
Check compression, camshaft, valve train components, etc.
CAUTION: Extended cranking, due to a no-start condition, can load exhaust system with raw fuel, which can ruin catalytic converter after engine is started.
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