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you need to determine first if your problem is related to fuel or spark the best way to do this is disconnect the coil ignition lead going from the coil to the distributor cap at the cap, hold it against a good ground,(like the engine block) best to use some insulated pliers here then have an assistant crank the engine over, do you have spark? if so plug the wire back into the cap and disconnect one of the leads going to one of the cylinders and try again but the spark will be less frequent here as it will only fire as the cyl reaches power stroke, if you still have spark here then you may have a fuel problem, try this first.
 
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