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  • Have you scanned the engine computer with an OBD-II code scanner? I refuse to believe this happened without the OBD-II diagnostics picking up some sort of fault. Also, by saying you've got 'fuel to the injectors but not to the plugs' does this mean the injectors are not pulsing? It's easy to check, just crank the engine and poke a mechanic's stethoscope (or a screwdriver) at an injector and listen for "tick, tick, tick". If you don't have the "tick" noise, then the injectors are not firing, which could be bad. Generally, if the plugs are getting spark, but the injectors are not firing, then the injector operation circuits in the Engine Computer are shot. An sensor/input failure would shut down both spark and fuel. Good luck.

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