Question about 1996 Chevrolet C1500
Take off the heads and inspect the cylinders for burnt valves and possible buildup of any kind, replace o-rings and possibly even the head gasket, you will be able to tell if its needed when you get there, throw it back together after doing all that and if its still running rough check your timing chain/belt, distributor, and possibly even the fuel injector heads
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