Originally Posted by Nad1370
It's possible it's flooded.
Here's what I want you to do.
1. Step on the gas pedal all the way to the floor.
2. Turn the key to crank the motor.
3. Keep cranking till you "feel" it's going to start. Sometimes pumping the gas pedal if it wants to start helps.
4 If it starts, just "blip" the throttle to rev the motor to dry out the plugs.
I get what youre trying to get at and sounds like a good idea. however as far as i know these cars are not carburaters so stepping on the "air" pedal wont make a difference since injectors squirt the same ammount of fuel on start up. once the car is ignited steping on the air pedal will cause the car to squirt more gas since sucking more AIR.
IF the car is flooded. i would remove the sparkplugs and let the fuel evaporate by letting it sit there for some time. while you're at it check your sparkplugs and do some tests to make sure there even IS spark on each plug
(you will need a friend to help u crank the car... Or u can put the key on IGN and crank the car yourself from the starter ( not a wise idea if you've never done that before) haha *works on my 240z*
if its not floodedand there is spark then take off the MAIN fuel deed hose coming from the fuel filter into the fuel rail. once removed from the fuel rail insert the end of the hose into an empty see through 2L soda bottle, crank the car. and see if gasoline is even being squirted into the bottle... PSI should be strong as well. . if pressure is not strong. clogged fuel filter or bad fuel pump is the next step to check. if fuel is good and spark is good then you have an electrical problem somewhere.
hope i helped SOMEWHAt