Why do you think a solution exists at all? And, if a any solution does exist, then IF any solution exists at all, there will almost certainly be infinitely many solutions. And that set will very likely be a strangely curved set. And it need not be a contiguous set.
It looks like you want to solve for 4 of those variables, in terms of the other completely unknown variables as parameters. Of course, since you have no idea what values those other parameters take on, the solution will be some incredibly nasty mess. Odds are though, no analytical solution can exist at all, since the odds are good that this system of equations ends up being equivalent to some higher order polynomial, of degree higher than 4. And if that is the case, then we could provably show that no algebraic solution can exist.
And of course, the solution, all infinitely many of them, will lie on some strange looking surface in a 4 dimensional domain. To be honest, ANY surface in 4 dimensions is probably going to look strange to 3 dimensional beings who lack even 4 dimensional hyper-monitors in their brains.
So how exactly should MATLAB provide such a solution? In fact, MATLAB gave you its opinion - that it could not find a way to solve the problem.
At best, you MIGHT be able to find a few randomly scattered solutions, that will mean nothing of any value, and will provide no real information to you. You would need to provide numerical values for ALL of the other unknown parameters. Then you could TRY to use a solver, like vpasolve or fsolve, to try to find a numerical solution. And that would be effectively useless.
Just because you can write down a set of nonlinear equations does not mean you can do anything at all meaningful with them.
Ok, so, as a mathematician, how might I try to solve such a problem?
First and forremost, I would get rid of ALL of those arbitrary parameters. I would non-dimensionalize the problem. If you have ever taken a physics or engineering course, you would recognize the idea. Once you have now reduced the problem to a few ratios or products of parameters, now the problem may be simpler, at least in theory.
Then you look at what you have. There is still probably no solution, but you can now choose some valid sets of those non-dimensional parameters, and see if they represent some real world phenomena. Can you solve that problem? If not, then try to reduce the problem furthermore. At some point, you will have reduced to the problem to a simple approximation of the real world problem you want to solve, in a form that now has a solution. It will only be an approximate solution, but you will need to start there. This is not unlike an engineer assuming plane stress or plane strain applies for some more complex problem they cannot solve.