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2011 Mini Cooper R56 Crank no Start no error

65k miles. Had an engine flush, timing chain was checked. Within two weeks of getting out of shop it over heated, steam coming out of engine compartment. Checked fluids and the coolant was extremely low. Filled with coolant, it disappeared. Through a P128 code and fan was always on. So I replaced the thermostat. Reset the codes, but i in between all of this car was having issues, would crank but not start. I would have to put the pedal to the floor. I could smell the gas so flooded. But that was a way to start the car. Then it wouldn't start at all. Just crank. So I replaced the fuel pump and fuel filter. I can hear the fuel pump working but one thing I do notice is that I haven't had that familiar pop from the high pressure. When I get gas, I used to feel the vacuum built up in the gas tank. This is not a Mini Cooper S. Any Ideas?
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Have you confirmed the vehicle is getting spark?
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