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My rpm gauge drop after 30 minutes idle

I see that my car after let it run for 30 minutes started to have problems, first it star to shake then the rpm gauge drops lower than 7 hundred and the battery light turn on y after that the car die but if a press the gas pedal it runs ok what can i do or check?

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I sugeest you open up the distributor and make sure that ALL the wires connected to the Ignition Module is fitting snugly onto each of the terminals. The BLUE wire is normally the RPM connection. Also see if the terminals on the outside of the Distributor are clean and making good contact. If needed you can unplug the socket, spray it clean with Carburettor Cleaner and lubricate it with normal Vaseline (Petroleum Jelly). Follow the Wiring Harness to the Fire Wall and do the same with the other Connecting Sockets. Hopefully this will solve your problem.

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