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How is your fuel pressure after the fuel pump replacement? (requires adapters and a gauge.) You also can use "test fuel" (like starting fluid) to help determine if the problem is fuel or ignition. Just be careful as the stuff is explosive. For more in depth trouble shooting you might want to visit a Suzuki forum. (Your Tracker is a rebadged Suzuki Sidekick.)
If it will turn over but not start it is a problem of either not having spark or not getting enough fuel. To check the fuel problem. Have someone turn the key to the on position without starting the car and then lay next to the gas tank and see if you can hear a motor going on the inside of the gas tank if so than the fuel pump is okay also make sure that the spark plugs are still in good condition and have the correct gapping. Make sure to also check the distributor cap and rotor. These will usually wear out and will cause none of the spark plugs to have any spark. if all else has failed. check the fuel filter as this might be plugged.