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My austin allegro jerks when warm ive changed plugs and leads and checked disy cap rotar arm point's and condenser

Just recencently brought a Austin allegro and jerks when warm I've changed leads and plugs and cleaned and checked disy cap,rotar arm and points and condenser

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Could be ignition coil breaking down when warmed up.

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