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When a distributor rotor fails, the engine will typically run poorly or fail to run at all. Most failures are due to wear or buildup on the electrical contacts, both of which prevent adequate (or any) spark at the spark plugs. Excess buildup can be sometimes be cleaned away to extend the life of a rotor, but replacement is typically indicated. Since rotors are wear items, they have to be replaced from time to time due to normal wear and tear.