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1993 GMC 1500 suburban 350 engine will not start. Engine starter turns, ignition does not fire.

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I have a 1993 suburban gmc 1500. when i put the key in an turn it nothing happen at all.befor the car stop running it use to act crazy like start up in run great but when u turn it off it dont start back up. u wll have to wait than it will start..can u tell me what that can be..

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