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Old 10-23-2002, 08:06 PM
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Gilly Gilly is offline
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Well, It's easy to say this now, but when i read the post I was thinking either fuel pump or rotor bracket broken. I've seen this a few times. It can be hard to diagnose because you actually can have a situation where you will have spark, the rotor will turn, but just not be firing at the correct time to run the engine. It
can be tricky.

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