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Missing i replaced wires,cap,plugs and rotor button gaped plugs at .035 as specified and stii has a miss to it 91 k1500 ec 4x4 5.7

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It sounds like you may have an intake leaking. You've replaced the major components so now you need to look for a possible vacuum leaking. The intake gaskets is the easiest part to check. Get a can of brake clean. While the engine is running, spray the brake clean on the top center of the engine. The engine may idle up or idle down or may smooth out. Try this and see what you come up with. If this does not solve you problem, let me know and I will help you figure it out.

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Question is very unclear.

HOWEVER:
We have had a discussion in reference to solving your problem.

Results to your answer as asked.

-Replace your missing engine, if your missing entire engine we recommend a long block (This will be an entire engine). To include replacement of the missing plugs wires and cap.

hope this tip helps.

R/
David

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