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1994 Chevy engine miss.

1994 Chevy K2500 5.7L misses and hesitates while cruising in OD at 2100+- rpm but clears up at 3500 rpm.Any suggestions?

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You may have a possible vacuum leak at the intake. Another cause would be carbon build up at the valve seat.

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