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Hello! I'm Rixster...
It sounds (from what you describe) like you may be having a Pick-up Coil Issue.
This is the Hall Effect Switch in the distributor under the cap and rotor. It has a multi conductor wire harness attached to it with a single plug connector. These are not real expensive and it would be worth a try replacing it to see if that is your issue.
Of course you will have already found out that you have good fuel pressure and fuel filter is good. Reset your timing after replacement to assure good ignition system integrity.
Also How's that Timing belt?
I hope this helps...
It has been about two weeks since I installed the pick-up coil that you recommended. Bingo, you hit it dead on. Not a twinge of hesitation, dying, power loss, nothing. Nice job!! You guys are on my favorites list.
Thanx Alot Dub!
I'm glad you could get what you needed.
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