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Could be a bad ignitor, those were notorious for overheating and cracking in years up to 1994. The ignitor is the trigger circuit inside the distributor, by the way.

I replaced distributor and problem was fixed

I had the same problem on a 1991 626. It also was a bad igniter that I believe is built into the distributor. The mechanic said to replace the dstributor, I did, and it's still running fine. (4years later)

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