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There is also the remote possibility that your timing is too far advanced. Next time you experience this problem, disconnect and ground the coil wire and see how the engine cranks. If it's OK, you found the problem. If you've been around long enough to remember, this was a common problem with GM cars in the sixties and early seventies.
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