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Now THAT one sounds like a faulty ignition switch. My experience is that they do wear out. I've had to replace them on an '81 Mercedes and an '86 Dodge van as well as my '84 GTV6. Hmmm. On the other hand, it just might be an '80s thing.

Chuck-- it's not the ignition switch? When mine failed, it was similarish, but the opposite: it would crank without firing on "start" and cough once, not quite starting, as I released the key. It just stopped closing the ignition circuit on "start," so I bump started it to get home. A new switch fixed it.
 
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