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have injectors or glow plugs removed and crank engine if water cones out. your engine might have experienced overheating and you have a blown gasket or a cracked cylinder and allows water into one or more cylinders.
you need three things to start a car gas /fire /and timing check the timing first then see if you are getting fire to spark plugs then pull your fuel line at motor crank motor see if gas Is present no gas replace fuel pump no fire replace coil if timing has jump replace timing belt
The belt is not installed correctly. When you removed the old one, one or both of the cams jumped from valve spring pressure and now you'll have to remove the front cover, re-time the cams to the correct position.
your timing belt may have snapped!! When this happens, there is no compression preventing the engine to start up. Because there is no compression, the engine spines easily. Remove upper timing belt cover and inspect the belt. If broken, replace the water pump belt and tensioner pulley $400-$650 job!!
fuel and spark are great but are you getting air? sounds to me if u did a head job possible that cam sensor could be the issue or possible mass air as well i would check those compnents but also check basic starting compnents as well plugs wires ignition start batter connectors and air