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Timing And what if the gasoline antifreeze doesn't work? could it be that the timing is to low on it? cause it wouldn't start at all at first and then when i put the part that consisted of the timing on there, which had two parts that went together, it starts up now but you got to keep your foot on the gas cause if you let off it goes dead. ??????????

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