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Spray some starter fluid into the air intake and see if it fires. If it does, then immediately shuts off, its probably a fuel problem. If it doesnt, it could be a spark problem ( which is more common). Check the spark from each wire(lots of videos online for how to do this). If the spark is bad in one of them, change the wires. If spark checks out, try changing the spark plugs. If problem persists, it could be air. Get back to me anod i'll help more when you do these things.
ok make sure you have good fuel pressure
you must have good spark must fire a spark tester
if all that is good then check compression
and don't use STARTER FLUID on a GAS ENGINE it can blow a hole through the piston
hope this helps