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Sounds to us like you may have a timing belt that has jumped a tooth or two. Here is a good way to check to see if this is indeed the case.
Crank the engine until the timing mark on the crankshaft pulley is at TDC, the zero mark. Next, remove the distributor cap, and note where the rotor is pointing. It should be directly under the tower for the number one cylinder. If it is not directly under #1, the belt has jumped time, and a new belt will be required.
need to change rotor and cap , and might as well change wires and spark plugs if its due for a tuneup! yeah have your ignition control module check if it doesn't start after replacing every thing else.