Hello thank you for using JA let me see if I can help.
What will need to be done is first to check if the vehicle has any fuel. If you just parked it and it will not start and turns over okay then more than likely it does not have to do with the timing belt repair. I would start by checking the fuel system. There is a fuel rail need to make sure fuel is getting to the injectors. Try opening the gas cap and listening while some turns the key on for the first time in the morning and you should hear the humm of the fuel pump. A fuel pump will make the vehicle not start and will not set a check engine light. If it was anything with the spark like a crank sensor then a check engine light would have come on and more than likely the engine would have died. Start by checking the fuel pump.
OK LAMP WHERE IS THE FUEL PUMP LOCATED ON THIS CAR?
I NOTICE THAT I CAN SMELL A STRONG ORDOR OF GAS WHILE IM TURNING OVER THE ENGINE, BUT THE GAS SMELL DOES NOT SEEM TO BE COMING FROM AROUND THE ENGINE, BUT MAYBE IM WRONG.
I HAVE A 1/2 TANK OF FUEL, AND IM INSIDE MY GARAGE THATS LEVEL CONCRETE.
I WILL GO OUT AND LISTEN FOR THE FUEL PUMP TOO COME ON OK.