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Sounds a lot like something going on in the gear train. If there is an easy way to separate the motor from the gears it drives, the next test ought to be if it rus alone. If it does, you have isolated the problem to the gear train. There may also be some foreign material that is on a cam (if there is one) that opens and closes a switch stopping the motor in cycle. You have to get "inside its head" and understand exactly how it works to tackle this. So far mine work after 113.5K miles, but that is what I'd be doing. Go through that article I sent you the link to and really get to know it well.
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