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air, fuel, spark and timing...seems like the fuel part is taken care of...I'd take a screwdriver instead of a sparkplug and see if there is a spark there....if there isn't, first would assure the battery grounds are free of corrosion from the black battery to the chassis and to the engine as well....with a New battery should have the ground necessary for a spark....next I'd check the timing of that spark...since the distributor is driven off the timing chain...slip one tooth and the car will not run...so align the crank to tdc, note the cam positions (should have a line on each sprocket) to know the engine timing is perfect~ so air, fuel, spark timing~ you can figure it out by the process of elimination~
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