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so the wires from the dist. cap to the plugs are ran wrong? best way to get it right is to lay them out shortest to longest and go from there. Or is it an electronic dist. and its powered and ran from the wiring harness and ecu? because in that case, if you put in an aftermarket piece, you may need to flash over the ecu or get a piggy back so it and the dist. can talk to each other. hope that helps some.
You have to have power to the brake switch and the key switch to release the park solenoid. There is an 80amp fuse and a 50amp fuse that powers the key switch. Have you checked them to see if they have power ?
Next things to check are fuel and spark, remove a spark plug and with the wire attached crank the motor, if you see spark in the plug then it's not a spark issue and probably a fuel problem. If there is no spark could be bad plugs or wires, or distrubitor cap. To check fuel remove injector cover and crank motor, if there is no fuel coming out then check fuel filter, fuel pump.