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1986 (11/85) z24 model 720 Pickup. Vehicle has only 75K, which means it sits for weeks between usage. Terrible bucking and stalling, usually under heavy load (steep mountain roads). Sometimes can run great for miles! Starts and warms perfectly. Plugs, rotor, wires, fuel pump, filters etc all changed. Local mechanics (not in the States) have thrown up their hands. Making me crazy!!

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Try running a good fuel system cleaner through it. Sitting alot allows condensation to form in fuel tank. Also condensation forms on plugs, etc... Pill plugs and inspect, but do run system cleaner regularly.

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