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Code 1320 still showing on B14

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My apologies for starting a new thread if that was improper here but I’m at my wits end.
My 95 Sentra 1.6 L has been throwing code 1320 and I can’t figure out what the issue is.
The car has just straight up died on the road four times.
Once (the first time) I got it towed home and three times I was able to restart it after an hour or two.
It seems to die after warming up as three times I was on the highway or had just gotten off.
I’ve already replaced the crank position sensor/distributor/coil/rotor/cap/battery/plugs/wires, which didn’t fix the problem but at least I’m caught up on maintenance.🤷🏽‍♂️😂
I made sure the timing was right.
Yesterday I put the distributor in( the old one seemed to be leaking oil into the cap).
I drove down the street to gas it up with the engine light still on but the 4 mile round trip was under 35 mph, it made the drive okay but seemed a little underpowered although I might have imagined that since I was trying to baby it.
I‘ve read it could be the ignition condenser.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
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P1320 on the old stuff is almost always a distributor, connector, or ground problem. Since your distributor is new, start by voltage-dropping both Black wires at the distributor connectors with the engine running, anything north of 50 millivolts is probably your culprit. You can confirm that by back-probing a ground jumper into the suspect wire and see if the misbehavior stops.
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