That 10 amp fuse (#7?) may be for the fuel injectors. Make sure that fuse didn't blow again. The pink/black wires going to the fuel injectors should have 12 volts while the key is on. If you don't have 12 volts at the injector it'* either fuse #7 on the passenger side or fuse #17 on the driver’* side. My Chilton'* manual & Owner'* manual are showing different locations. If the injector fuse is blowing you can disconnect all the injector wires then connect one at time to find the faulty injector. Each time you replace an injector wire turn the engine over then check the fuse before replacing the next wire. You can also check the resistance of all the fuel injectors.
Check for spark at each of the three front cylinders. I check by putting the spark plug wire on a spare plug & rest the plug on something metal. Look for a spark while someone cranks the engine over. This can be hard to see on a bright day but should be easy to see if you’re in a garage.
If you’re not getting spark from any of the three wires check for 12 volts at the pink/black wire going to the ICM. If you have 12 volts then either the ICM or crank sensor is bad.
If you're getting spark at 1 or 2 of the wires then either the ICM or coil packs are bad.
We've also seen strange things happen with weak batteries and poor connections at either end of the battery cables. You should also check the condition of all 6 spark plugs. Let us know what you find. We can give better answers if we have more info from all the above testing.
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