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My plymouth runs for 15 minute and dies than it start after 10 minute i would like to no if could be the temp switch

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Sounds like you could have a "high joint" in your coil or ignition resistor. This occurs when a wire has good connection cold but when current is applied the wire warms up and expands and the connection is broken until the wire cools back down.

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