WOW, Lot's of stuff at once. Well first I would probably find a different shop. Throwing in the towel just don't cut it with me.
OK I will make the assumption that the head gaskets were done properly. The thing there is that pulling the heads and cleaning them and testing them should have almost eliminated the carbon problem with the EGR. BUT.
Anyway. Fuel pump is kind of common.
What you need to do is find out if the problem is NO spark, No Fuel or what it actually is.
Spark is easy to check. Loss of spark could be a bad ignition module, bad coil, bad distributor cap/rotor, bad wires, or the computer or ignition switch.
Fuel could be a bad pump, bad filter, plugged lines, bad fuel pressure regulator, bad injector unit, pump relay, oil pressure switch.
That is why you need to figure out what the base problem is and go from there. Lots of VERY expensive parts involved.
Saturday, October 25th, 2008 AT 8:34 PM