If you turn your car key and get nothing, or get anything less than an engine roaring to life, you might be in for a bad day. Starting problems can be very frustrating because there are so many things under the hood that can keep a car from starting. Heck, pretty much everything under the hood can keep the car from starting.
In order to troubleshoot a no-start problem, you need to start at the beginning of the line, the battery, and work your way back. Some tests for a no-start problem are simple, others are a pain in the neck and a technical nightmare. Nonetheless, you need to figure out why the car won't start, so we'll try to help. If your key won't turn in the ignition
i have 1973 ford f-250 its a 360ci engine well its not starting not even a misfire or backfire now i just redone the timing Ive rebuilt the carburetor, replaced the spark plugs, there isn't a frayed wire or even a crack in the distributor which i would see a blue spark so what the heck could be the problem oh n yes fuel is reaching the engine thru the carb