when you say temp sender, do you mean the single wire one for the dash? or the ecu one? wouldn't have thoght either would stop the car starting, is the fuel pump priming? if so you need to check if you are getting a spark, whip a plug out and plug it back into the lead and touch the electrode on the block while cranking the engine
All I can hear is 2 clicks, close together, coming from the rear.
This is the full story when it stopped working, it might help:
Turned the ignition on, and (i think) the started motor (which is brand new, been in about a week) just whirred away for about 2 minutes, even with the keys out the ignition, after about 2 mins it died out, i think it flattened the battery. I have since replaced the battery so the battery is brand new as well.
I tried it again at this point and it did fire up but was struggling at about 500 revs and died aftre a few seconds.
When Green Flag came out, he managed to get it started but the revs were really high, idling about 2000 and it was missing when trying to rev a bit. The Green Flag man said it was temparture sender to the ECU, and needs rewiring.