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Check your battery terminals are tight.
Wiggle all the relays infront of the battery.
Can you hear the fuel pump prime when you first turn the key?
If not - Under the passengers seat is a plastic cover with a button on top, press this button and the pump should prime the fuel system.
If all is doing as it shoud above then it sounds to me like your crank sensor is the problem, at the back of the inlet manifold there are 3 plugs, identical in shape but not colour, 2 of them are next to each other on the right hand side as you look from the front, 1 is the knock sensor and the other the crank sensor.
So, unplug them spray in some WD40, reconnect and see if she goes.
Next unplug the MAF and try t start her - very rarely the MAF will stop a car from starting, if this is the case then don't turn the key till the codes are read as this can hydrolock the engine if too much fuel is being supplied.
If she doesn't then get the fault codes read before you commit to a crank sensor change.