Question about 1992 Chevrolet C1500
Engine has a miss at lower rpm's but runs very smooth at 65 mph plus. Plug, wires,distributer cap and rotor and in linegas filter all replcaed. still the miss is there.
Did you check the plug gap before you install the plugs they all should be set at .035 of an inch. do not trust that they where set at the factory someone may have drop the box or the same plug may fit other years. I have seen this happen a lot. it is also possible that you could of gotten a bad plug.
If this don't help I would need a little more information, is it TBI fuel system or multi-port injected and engine size.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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