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Poor little thing is scared ,suggest some tonic , an check your vacuum for leaks , listen to the sparks on the am radio, zzzzttt aways gives me ideas on what the issue is .
if sparking is good then the check fuel flow , then the vacuum , then the worm while you fish an a good mech looks at your car.

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