It may possibly be the fuel pump has quit working......or the fuel pump relay. Have your fuel pressure read by using a gauge connected to the fuel rail. If the pump is NOT pumping then you have to find out if it's the pump or the relay. you might check the ignition coil.
Out of time.
ign spark control modual see if when it dosnt run if you have spark if no spark start there if it has spark check the redistance on injector.
start with dist cap and rotor
No spark No fuel No compression
Either no spark or no gas
Check the ECTS. Check for spark. No spark equals bad CPS
I would start with a tune up
Replace Crankshaft sensor=Flywheel sensor. Check rotor
check for fuel and spark. I would first start by wiggling the cam position sensor wires.
It isprobably not getting fuel or not getting spark.
plenty of things could be a starter, alternator, ignition switch, bad spark...
Bad coil , blown fuse, bad spark control module , bad cam/crank sensors to start with
No Fuel Or no spark you need to check the spark be taking one spark plug out resting it on the manifold have someone turn over car do not touch spark plug but look at the bottee if you have a spark if not change your distributor cap
Would likely be caused by a lack of fuel, lack of air, or lack of spark.
Yes, and so would bad plug wires.
Just a guess, check the ign. module.
Check for fuel pressure and spark on the no start days.
if the battery isn't dead, or the terminals loose or dirty, number one cause - ignition problem (spark plugs not getting electricity)
It COULD, but multiple plugs would have to be very fouled. If just one has gone bad, the vehicle would still start, but would just be "missing" on that one cylinder.
In order for the vehicle to start, you need to have a spark, fuel and oxygen. If you're not getting an adequate oxygen supply, your vehicle won't start. Have you checked your intake? Or perhaps your exhaust system could be clogged as well.
Yes, check the connection to the starter and the spark plug wires first and replace if needed.
No spark would usually be the ignition coil.
check the spark plugs make sure you have spark and/or your timing is off