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Car start some time good then other time in dont

1996 max some time it start and some time it done'. could the timing be off?

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The timing is computer controlled and would not cause this problem, have u had a system trouble code test run? Kragen and Autozone will do this for free, another common issue is a failing fuel pump.

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