fuel getting to fuel rail, plugs are dry, won't start on 1999 Dodge Ram 1500

has been running fine for weeks, home, parked, next day wouldn't start. could distributor cap, rotor, coil be the problem?

by in Gainesville, TX on May 21, 2013
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4 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by , May 21, 2013
cccccccccccccccheck for spark and fuel pressure
COMMENT by , May 22, 2013
brother said fuel pressure is between 46 and 52 if I am remembering,
ANSWER by , May 21, 2013
Need more info. Does it turn over? Does starter crank? Did you try to jumpstart?
ANSWER by , May 22, 2013
Put a 'little' gas in throttle body will it start then? Got spark?
ANSWER by , May 22, 2013
ck injector pulse and signal
COMMENT by , May 25, 2013
another thing have you ever put injector cleaner through it. if not the injectors may be clogged