Please tell us the size of your engine in liter.
Jacobandnickolas and I have been discussing this. If you don't mind if you would check a couple of things.
Fuse 13 and when you check it please use an ohm meter as sometimes it may look good but not.
Next - I know you said you have a spark. So we are all on the same page. Please do this again - pull a plug wire off of the spark plug and insert something into the end of it and have someone try to start the car and have the metal object really close to a piece of metal on the engine and see if you are getting a good strong popping blue spark. Should last for about 7 seconds.
If you are getting good spark then spray some starting fluid in the throttle body and try to start it and see if it tries to start then.
Also, lets try to check the codes on the car.I know it won't start but still go through the procedures and see if it blinks codes and let us know.
ENTERING ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTICS
1. Start engine (if possible). Move transmission shift lever through all positions, ending in Park. Turn A/C switch on, then off (if equipped).
2. Turn engine off. Without starting engine again, turn ignition on, off, on, off and on. Record 2-digit fault codes as displayed by flashing check engine light.
3. For example, Code 23 is displayed as flash, flash, 4 second pause, flash, flash, flash. After a slightly longer pause, any other codes stored are displayed in numerical order.
4. Once check engine light begins to flash fault codes, it cannot be stopped. If you loose count, it will be necessary to start over. Code 55 indicates end of fault code display. See FAULT CODES in this article
Please let us know what you find.
Thursday, February 5th, 2009 AT 8:45 PM