There are many things that can cause a car not to start. If your car cranks, it is definitely not the starter. However you say you sprayed starting fluid into the intake and the engine did want to run. This means you are getting spark, but no fuel. From there you need to determine if the fuel pump is working or not. Turn your key to the on position and listen for a high pitched humming sound that lasts for a second or two. If you hear that sound (and it sounds strong), then your fuel pump is working and you might not be getting injector pulse, possibly due to a bad crankshaft position sensor or worst case scenario, ECU is shot. If the pump is not working, check for a blown fuse (should be a blue 15 amp minifuse in your application) and also the pump relay. If those check out, then the pump itself might be bad. If you have a check engine light, get your car scanned for trouble codes. They can help point you in the right direction as to getting the problem sorted out.