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my 93 ranger wont start. what should i do?

I pulled it through Canada behind a Uhaul with a tow bar. Engine compartment filled with snow. I thawed it all out. I replaced all the plugs and wires, air filter, and cap and router. It turns over just wont start. What should I do?

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Hmmm did you drop the driveshaft? Ive heard even in neutral if its connected it can do some damage. Also not sure if it had an inertia switch that year but at that angle stopping and going may have tripped it?
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