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if car turn over not start could be many things.faulty fuel pump.broken or stripped time belt.bad spark plugs.broken loose or disconnected wires at the ignition coils or a bad mass air flow sensor.its best to hook car to scanner.to help pinpoint problem faster.
does it sound like there is any compression. remove cover on the right side that covers t-belt see if belt might have broken. if cooling system failed could have blow fuse for cooling fans. causing overheating.
check if its getting spark if it is i would check the main relay very common problem .if no spark then i would check the ignition ignitor located in the distributor one last thing to check would be the ignition switch
Check the heavy duty cables from the battery to the starter motor and solenoid and also the battery earthing (grounding?) - there terminals could be corroded / burned.
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