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As was mentioned, you need the components listed above as well as proper timing.
An easy way to eliminate things is this. See if the engine will start using starting fluid. If it starts for a couple seconds and shuts off, then we know it is fuel related. If it fails to start, then we have to look at ignition and engine timing.
Here is a link that discusses the most common reasons why an engine fails to start. Read through it and follow the directions supplied. Once you do that, let me know what you find.
Here are links for the specific components to check: Do them in this order.
Let us know what you find. And, as I mentioned, the starting fluid test can save time, but the process of elimination is your call.
Thursday, November 1st, 2018 AT 5:50 PM