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Old 03-05-2001, 01:32 AM
JDUB JDUB is offline
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I agree with Steve, check the rotor and cap. I have seen the engine try to start and kick back and the problem was solved by replacing the distributor cap. The old cap was found to be cracked and was arcing across the terminals. Thats why I will always save some old parts from a tune up like the cap and rotor in a ziplock bag for testing when I know that they worked before.
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