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Not getting spark

I have changed the coil,the part under the coil, the rotor, the spark plugs and the spark plug wires, I have seperated all the wires under the hood looking to see if there is an in line fuse that has blown, I cannot figure out why it still won't start. This all started when I shut the car off when it was running great. I sprayed some engine cleaner on the engine last week so I thought I would wash it down/being very careful not to get water on the distributor or in the fuel injection or on the altenator. I obviously wasn't careful enough because it hasn't been able to start since. Is there something before the coil that is not letting voltage get to it because it will still notfire up, and I do have plenty of fuel, I even sprayed starting fluid in what looked to be a carburator, still nothing. please help!!

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