If you are getting spark at the plugs, check for fuel spraying from the injector(s). Place a noid light across the injector harness plug and
look for it to flash while cranking.
If you could still have a fuel pump / pressure problem, so you need to check actual pressure (flow alone does not mean much).
What is your engine code? I would need to look-up specifics.
Timing belt with stripped teeth will cause a no start where you get spark & fuel but no running engine.
It's always a good idea to scan for fault codes stored in the ECM.
Sunday, November 25th, 2012 AT 10:08 PM