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If it's getting fire to coil then it would be either distributor cap / rotor, bad coil or plugs or wires.
Take off cap first, look for cracks, look at rotor for signs of corosion or being burnt, next look for cracked plug wires, finally take coil to auto part store and have it tested.

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