when you have a "crank, no start" condition you have to check for the basics first. Fuel pressure, injector pulse and spark. No crank sensor or cam signal means the computer doesn't see the engine turning over so no spark and no fuel injector pulse. bad ignition switch could mean engine cranks over, no power to fuel pump or computer. Bad fuel pump could mean no fuel pressure so no start. bad ignition passlock sensor could mean the engine starts but then shuts down because not recognizing the key (security light flashes). Bad coil, bad distributor rotor, distributor pick up could all affect spark.
Distributor cap on this model is common to cause misfires and a no start condition because the spark burns through the cap and jumps to other spark plug
be very careful if you replace the distributor cap. the distributor cap mounts with two screws that go into a plastic mounting plate. They strip and crack very easily. So, just tighten until the cap touches and then only finger tight.
fuel leaks inside the plenum could cause the engine to flood with gas.