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Car wants to start but can't get gas

1998 mazda 626 4 cyl, water pump went out, and was replaced, now car won't start, seems like it can't get gas

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Does the water pump run off the timing belt or auxillary (fan) belt? maybe timing belt has slipped some teeth?

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