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Can be just about anything. You already checked "one." Engines need fuel and electricity to run. Check the coil or "spark" to see if the ignition is working by using a multi-metter. If no spark or "juice" your coil may have gone out, or ignition module, or computer.
Check your Auto shutdown relay (ADS), if it's bad that will kill the fuel pump and ignition system too. If the fuel pump is bad or a short in the wire the (ADS) will trigger also.
See if you could pull any DTC codes from the PCM.
Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.
I would check the cam position sensor and the crank position sensor. Since your year model is 1995, you can't easily get the OBD scan codes like on 1996 or newer with OBD II, but that would help you diagnose your problem.
If the cam and crank sensors do not match, the computer will not send ignition, so this could be the problem.
You can usually find details on how to test the sensors in the Haynes or Chilton manuals for your vehicle or possibly online.
Most of the time a check with a multimeter can verify if they are ok.