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Could be something in the distributor cap, a blockage in the fuel line, even a bad timing chain. You need to know if you are getting spark to all of the plugs, fuel pressure to the injectors, and normal compression. If it is a fuel problem you should be able to spray carb cleaner into the throttle body to make it try to start. If you have spark but at the wrong time, it will backfire by firing on the wrong cylinders. This can be caused by a faulty dist cap or rotor, or the timing chain.
Are you getting fuel? Try pouring some gas down carburetor if it fires check fuel filter and fuel pump for flow.Disconnect fuel line use a glass jar to catch fuel and turn engine over to see if fuel pump is working
Hi ! a easy way to possibly help this is to get a can of sea foam at the parts store and dump it in your tank it may help dissolve any goop that is in there and it helps renew bad gas ,also if this does not help remove your fuel filter and blow through it it may now have gotten a bit gumped up ,not a bad idea if you havnt done that for a few years anyway ,mostly the sea foam should help!
what you can do to test the idle control motor, is spray some brake cleaner or other thin, clean finishing solvent on it to let it release when the gas pedal is released. it may just be getting hung up after the vehicle warms. hope this helps