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1996 EL Fairmount 6 cyl auto

Wil not start, turns over, plenty of spark and fuel, but if key is left on for 30 minuites it will start first go and run as sweet as.

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Sounds like it may be the points in the distributor? Have you had them replaced since owning the car?

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