Assuming you mean distributor cap and rotor, yes, if you mixed up the firing order.
Broken rotor button.
no spark to plugs
Bad coil? Bad coil wire?
If the old part had failed, yes.
You may have messed up the timing when you put on the new distributor cap.
try replacing your distributor, distributor cap, rotor, and maybe the spark plug wires.
start with checking the fuses, coil wire, distributor cap and rotor.
It could be A few things, I would start with the distributor cap and rotor, The rotor can get A pin-hole in it and let it create A shorted firing route.,,, If this is good, Then crank the engine with the dist. cap removed, See if the rotor is turning, If not you have a broken timing chain or cam. ,, If it turns, Test the igition modul. If this does not help, You can contact me through 'My personal message board'. Good luck,.
check the fuel injectors
Easiest way to find it is to set #1 piston at TDC, remove the distributor cap and see where the rotor is pointing. It should be pointing to position #1 in relation to the distributor cap.