Question about 2000 Plymouth Breeze
You need to narrow down the issue. Start with spark meaning does it have any. Then move to fuel delivery and pressure. Without those it doesn't matter what you do it wont start. Fuel is easy to verify just pour a bit into the intake and crank the engine. If it starts you know you have a fuel delivery problem. If it doesn't have spark then you have a coil, ignition module, crank sensor, cam sensor, or knock sensor issue.
One thing you need to be very sure of is if the when replacing the timing belt that both timing marks (camshaft and crankshaft) are where they are suppose to be. Remember the crank turns twice for every one cam rotation. So is it 180 degrees out?
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