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Missing have had new plugs in distributer and rotor plugs wires replaced an it still misses and what is a ECM and where can it be found

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Before you go all out and buy an ECM I would check with your ignition coil. The middle wire that goes from your distirbuter cap will lead you right to the ignition coil. It could be sparking on something metal around that area. Hope this helps, James Booth

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