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Re: 2000 Nissan frontier wont start...
If it's the timing belt you may have it a tooth or two out. Take the cover off and turn the engine till the timing marks are on and see if they are all on their marks. Sounds like you have it out of timing, If what you changed it the serpentine belt .... that's a different story. You may just have something unplugged you never put back.
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coil is located inside of the distributor assembly. so is the crank sensor. did you have the timing belt replaced?? the distributor is driven by l/h side cam shaft, but if the timing belt breaks, the cam will not spin and you will not have any spark, because the distributor is not spinning. remove the distributor cap and crank engine and observe if the rotor is spinning. it should be. start there.
If it ran prior to removing the distributor, it maybe 180 degrees out. Remove the cap, leave the rotor in place, loosen the bolt and lift it up,turn rotor until it is on the opposite side and place it back in.
You have fire to the Distributor, but do you have fire at the plugs? The 4 cylinders had an external timing belt behind a shroud. Look to see if you broke a timing belt. Or you could have a bad stator or module in the Distributor.
Your timing belt has broken, u also have a balance shaft belt that should be replaced with the timing belt. Here are the part numbers of the belts from Gates web site: Timing belt #T090, Balance shaft belt #T089