Start your post, you’ll see an icon with a horizontal line and upward arrow on the top row, 7th from the left.
Take the bus or a cab to work. In the meanwhile let a pro mechanic solve this problem for you. Cars are very complicated these days, often having dozens of individual computers all talking to each other. You might get lucky & be able to do this yourself, but also a chance you’ll end up making things worse, possibly thousands of dollars, or even injuring yourself.
If you decide to do this yourself anyway, first step is to take a photo of the vacuum hose routing usually located on the underside of the hood, post the photo here, showing on the diagram which hose you are noticing has the hole. Also post any diagnostic codes stored in the drive train computer. Some auto parts stores will print those out for you for a small fee, or even gratis.
There are many reasons a car won’t start. A hole in a vacuum hose is one of them, but not a common reason for no starts. Explain what you mean by “it won’t start”. Do you mean it cranks ok — that rrr rrr rrrr sound – but it doesn’t catch and run? Or does it not even crank?