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your injector or fuel pump may be going out, next time when you check the issue, check your distubutor again and making sure you getting sparks, if you do have sparks than it has to be your fuel problems.
first thing to do is check and see if you have a dead battery one easy way to do this is turn your headlights on and have somebody watch them as you try to crank the car, if they dim then you need to try charging you battery or replacing it if your headlights do not dim then most likely your starter motor has locked up or gone bad meaning you will need a new starter