I finally finished the timing belt, water pump, tensioner, etc., over the weekend and also decided to replace the fuel filter. I finally came to the moment I've been waiting for. The engine tried to start for maybe the first 10 seconds or so but then it would only turn over and not give any indication of starting. I'm hoping this event has something to do with the fuel filter change and not the timing belt change. After reading the fuel filter change procedure I'm perplexed as to whether I should keep trying to crank it or try and purge the air out of the system. I'm more inclined to try the vacuum pump method. Is the brake bleeder type pump something I can buy at a local auto parts store? Thanks for the help everyone has given during my first timing belt change. It has been a great educational experience. Thanks, Don.