Hi Linda, and welcome to 2CarPros.
To provide a specific code, I would first have to narrow it down to what is causing the crank no start. When you say timing belt, is there a concern that it was past due? This is an interference engine, so we need to be careful. When you tried to restart it, did it sound differently? For example, was the engine turning faster than normal?
I am going to provide a few links that discuss different things to check for when you have a crank / no start condition. Most times it is fuel or ignition related. However, I don't want you to crank the engine if you feel the timing belt may have broken. If it did break, it would have sounded differently when you tried to start it (faster, uneven sound). If that's the case, we need to check the belt before anything else is done and hope no damage was done.
If you feel it wasn't the belt, here are a few links that may help. Check through these and perform the basic tests and let me know the results.
I know the fuel pump was replaced, but confirm pressure:
Again, if you feel confident it wasn't the belt, you have two ways of checking for spark and fuel. First, follow the links I attached above, or you can see if it starts for a couple seconds using starting fluid. If it does, then the problem is fuel related. If it doesn't then most times it is ignition spark related.
Do these things and let me know what you find. Also, let me know if it sounded differently when cranking it after the issue.
Thursday, June 20th, 2019 AT 9:13 PM