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a common cause for crank no start is the fuel pump
check to see if there is pressure at the fuel rail .. there is a capped valve where you can check for fuel.
if you have fuel and when you crank it bucks the starter the distributor cap/rotor are the most likely cause.
let me know what you find and if you need more help
the fuel lines go into the intake there should be a cab that is similar to a tire valve cap but larger (on top of engine)
unscrew the cab and push in the pin with a paper clip (it should spray fuel out/make sure you cover with a rag so fuel does not spray on you)
check for a metal line near the distributor behind the intake... should be a cab and valve on the metal fuel line
the labor to change the fuel pump is 2.6 on a 2 door with tank shield
so labor would be 260 dollars
and the part from napa is 359
so total 620 plus tax the entire job should run you around 650
let me know if you need more help