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What could cause slight engine missing when driving to higher altitudes usually 3000 feet?

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2010-02-09 04:09:44
2010-02-09 04:09:44

check the rubber tube next to the the lower intake manifold gasket, there is probably a hole on the underside of the tube coming directly off the engine. (it is a manufacturer defect)

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