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What cause,s a 1988 plymouth voyager se van not to start we changed the plugs,both coils ,distributor , rotor button ,fuel pump and it cranks but won't start

It was running we turn it off and it wouldn't start again

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Check the distributor for being in time and the wires are in the right order and make sure there is a spark at the spark plugs

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