Remove all 4 plugs and turn the engine over with your thumb in the plug hole, 1 cylinder at a time. You should feel compression and air pushing out of each hole. If you have this, then you have some compression. Do the the Automatic tranmission luid 9ATF)thing as Old has told you. Don't rush it, it doesn't always happen over night. Squirt gas into each cylinder, reinstall the plugs and attempt to start it. To check timing, put your thumb in plug #1 hole (closest to the radiator) and crank the engine until you feel air coming out, then use a 12" long wire and put into the hole,on top of the piston, and crank until the piston comes to the top of the cylinder. Remove the 2 screws from the front of the mag and look at the position of the rotor. It should point to the timing lug at about 11:00.If it points elsewhere, your timing is off and must be reset by removing the 4 screws on the mag cover and reseting the gears. LOL Bob
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