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Please help me Scotty!
I have a 2009 Toyota Corolla 1.8L VVT-I engine that ran fine until I parked in my driveway. Next day I had a crank no start condition. I have checked all the fuses and relays, all are good. I have proper voltage on some sensors. I have verified ignition spark and the injectors have pulse. There are no error codes when I sync with a code reader, and I have fuel pressure when cranking (I'm not sure how to check actual pressure B/C there is not a valve on the fuel rail on this car).
I am running out of ideas here...
If the cam shaft or crank sensor went bad there should be an error code... right?
I did notice that the tach does not move at all when I crank the car.
Please give me your thoughts here.
Thanks!

error codes often will not pop up when car won't start, they often take a running car to trip a code. And when you crank, tach often won't move till it starts. realize some of those had computer recalls, check toyota for that and pray it's a free recall

Thanks for the tip!

Should I be worried about actual fuel line pressure?

If so, how best to check it?

Did you watch Scotty's video "How to Fix a Car That Cranks But Doesn't Start"? Link:

Also, did you check the Crank Position Sensor?

It was cheap so I just replaced it with a new one...

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