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95 civic no spark

I have 95 civic that just died when i was driving.Wont start it has no spark.

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Does it sound different when you crank it over? if so remove the oil filler cap and look inside while someone turns it over, if NOTHING MOVES, it has a broken timing belt, therefore no spark.

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