Check for spark and make sure it is getting fuel. Spark you can do several ways but one would be to pull the wire off the plug and have the wire connector close to a ground. You should hear or see the spark while cranking. Fuel can be checked at the shrader valve. Press the valve in after you crank it some and see if fuel spills out the valve. After verifying these simple things and still doesn't start make sure the cam is turning while you crank the motor.
motor cranksover but won`t start timing belt snapped
Thanks for the feed back. Looks like the timing belt snapped from siitting so long. Theres no spark ,dist. isn`t turning nor is the cam gear. One of the mechianics at my local garage was always yelling at me that I never drove it enough. Yes this is number 328. Thanks again.
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