Hey, Daryl. The first thing I suggest is checking for spark. You can obtain an inexpensive tester at an auto parts store, or make your own with an old spark plug. Once you can say whether or not the spark plugs are firing I would check for fuel. Get a can of starter fluid from the parts store, remove the air cleaner assembly and spray a little bit into the throttle body. If it starts up and runs for a moment before dying, you likely have a fuel issue. Let me know how these first tests go and I’ll guide you from there. Good luck with your repairs!