No Start = Crank Sensor
When you crawl inside the engine compartment and replace all those vacuum connectors, oil hoses, and other stuff that's crispy with age and heat, seriously consider replacing the crank sensor at the back of the block and the connector to the throttle body microswitches. If the other rubber stuff is toast, these are too. Mine broke and the crank sensor leads shorted and fried the crank sensor. Car wouldn't start and I couldn't figure out why. $100 plus a tow and it's running again, but I almost missed going to the track!
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