Q: Car won't start 2006 Audi

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My car won't start. I hooked it up to an individual reader and it says misfire on cylinder 1 3 and 4. And the I/m monitor status on top the 02s, htr, cat, and eva all blink and it says pending. I changed spark plugs and ignition coils and still nothing. I had a mechanic come and hook up his computer and he said that engine speed sensor came up as well as low pressure fuel sensor intake air sensor Evap purge valve. Not sure where to start I changed purge valve. Don't have a lot of money and I was thinking about getting a mechanic from here. Just needed some advice

My car has 89000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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