I don't have any idea what "ar trying to turn over" means, but if the engine restarted, as you stated in your first post, the timing belt could not have been broken. That doesn't mean it isn't broken now but that would be quite the coincidence.
My best suggestion is to have someone look at it and listen to what it sounds like when you crank the engine. If the engine spins freely and too fast, the timing belt could indeed be broken. At the mileage you listed, it should probably have been replaced once already. If it sounds normal during cranking but doesn't start and run, some other cause is more likely. Have someone check the serpentine belt. If that is all that's wrong, the generator won't recharge the battery sufficiently while you're driving, and the engine will crank too slowly to start. That is very often a very simple and inexpensive repair.
Friday, December 30th, 2011 AT 9:33 PM