You just made me put two and two together here. Last week I went from mechanically sound to not being able to start. It would turn over, catch, then sputter like a model T at just a few hundred RPMs and die. Once I finally got it started, it ran but I could tell that it was missing and had a definate loss of power. After a day with no codes, I take it to my friends shop 20 minutes away and get a check engine light in his driveway telling me po320 (CKP) and multiple misfire codes. That side tracked us from what the problem actually was which was a busted coil wire. I probably had 45 minutes of trying to get it started and it was the most aweful sounding, no RPM, out of time 45 minutes you've ever heard. I checked the coil wire and it broke in my hand. Bought a distributor cap, rotor, plugs, and wires. The second I replaced the coil wire, it fired right up. Did everything correctly but ever since the tune up I've been having a rough idle (no RPM movement, just a miss) and sluggish power. After searching all night, I was headed to the store in the morning for some throttle body cleaner and seafome to clean the intake and IAC. Sounds like I might just have carbon buildup from running so poorly for two days. On the way to the parts store, I'll give'r hell and blow out that carbon. Sound like I'm on the right track?