Q: Q: Ignition coil

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The engine is trying to turn over, and it sounds as if its almost there, but it never catches. Battery seems fine. I did manage to get it started once, but then it died right away. Maybe fuel filter/fuel pump? I did, earlier this week, have an episode where the car was acting mildly as if it had a clogged fuel filter.

My car has 189000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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