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My car cranking but wont start.I have been replace fuel pump,spark plugs and crank angle sensor but no start.I need to help please.

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Codes help. But you need to check what you don't have. Fuel pressure or spark at the coils/plugs. I know you replaced them, but it could be a bad wire, plug, or fuse. Could be a bad ECU.

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