The first thing is to read the fault codes.
This page tells you how to do this yourself, and what each code number means.
If there are no codes, look at the fresh air tube between the mass air flow sensor and the throttle body. All incoming air has to go through that sensor to be measured so the Engine Computer can calculate how much fuel is needed. If any air sneaks in through a leak, it won't be included in the fuel metering calculations. Common causes are a loose hose clamp and a hidden crack in the tube.
Please use punctuation in your replies, otherwise what you write can be read in three or four ways, and you know I'm going to interpret something wrong. "New injectors still nothing" doesn't describe anything. Be specific with the symptoms, as "still cranks but doesn't run" so I'm providing an answer to what is really happening.
If you feel there's no gas spraying from the injectors, be sure to check for spark too. By far the highest percentage of cranks / no-starts are caused by a loss of fuel AND spark, but too many people get stuck on the first thing they find and spend all their time in that circuit or system. If you have good spark with the crank / no-start, measure the fuel pressure and listen for the hum of the fuel pump for one second after turning on the ignition switch. If you hear that hum, and perhaps the engine runs for a few minutes, then fuel pressure drops off, you might suspect a plugged pick-up screen inside the gas tank. The additional clue is after stalling and sitting for a few minutes, that screen will often stretch out and allow fuel to pass again for another few minutes. When you have a fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail on the engine or in the throttle body, the stalling usually occurs when the highest volume of fuel should be flowing through that screen, which is during coasting. Fuel starvation is less of a problem at highway speeds.
Also, since you originally had no fuel from just one injector, remove their plugs and squeeze the terminals to make a tighter contact.
Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 AT 4:22 PM