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Flooding plugs with gas either means you have no spark (often no codes will set for this) or fuel pressure regulator is faulty. Check for no spark first as this is most likely. If none, check ignition module, coil, crank/cam sensor.
It has a chain. they usually do not have problems with them.
Check to see if you can hear the fuel pump come on with your ear up to the open gas cap whil;e someone tries to start the car for a second.
You should hear it come on for four seconds.
if it comes on, then check for spark at the spark plug wire with a spark tester.
If not cranks at all check the battery for charge, starter, fuses
If cranks no start check wiring(replace) , distributor cap (replace), rotor, ignition coil
Please kindly let me know if you need more info