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If the timing belt is shot, it will soon quit starting at all. It will miss really bad and sound like it's running on one or two cylinders instead of all four. However, if it's a vacuum advance distributor, the hose may be lose. Look for a connection to either wires or a vacuum {rubber line} hose off the side of the distributor. That is where to start tracking down th problem usually. Or you could have a bad rotor, and they are thankfully very cheap to replace too. Look that distributor all over really well.

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