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Step on gas, motor goes pop, pop than clears out until you go from idle than pop pop 1993 pathfinder,115K, replaced dist cap & rotor ( center of cap burned out ) replaced spark plugs ( old plugs gap at 60 ) replaced wires, fuel filter, after all this it starts great, idles lower that before, runs rough, backfire from idle under load

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