Originally Posted by nick27
could it also be a sensor problem im just guessing lol so i dunno if it could or couldnt be... lol ??/
Yep! That's it. You nailed it right on the head. Any time a car doesn't run, or doesn't run right, it must be "a sensor". Spoken like a true... Nevermind.
Here is your best course of action. Open the hood on the engine and just begin replacing "sensors" until the car magically starts... Or doesn't. Diagnosing and repairing a car this way isn't logical, it's not diagnosing and it might not even be repairing, but it sure is cost effective. For the parts store that is.
Here's a thought. Read this
and start over. As you were.