HouseCallAuto 2/21/2013Check to see if it is getting spark. If there is no spark, your cause is either a bad ignition control module under the coils or a bad crankshaft position sensor.
HouseCallAuto 2/21/2013You did not include that detail in your original details or I would have answered differently. Try unplugging the electrical connector from the Mass Air Flow sensor and see if it starts. if it does, replace the MAF sensor.
HouseCallAuto 2/25/2013The upper intake manifold is known to crack and cause raw coolant to be introduced into several cylinders.
1. Remove the throttle body assembly.
2. Inspect for a ruptured intake manifold at the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) passage. The passage will be located at the 6 o'clock position when looking into the plenum. It will be a hole approximately 5/8" in diameter at the throttle body mounting surface.
The upper intake manifold cracks and it dumps antifreeze into the engine, causing it not to start.