Barn find problems

Discussion in 'Classic GM' started by Bavoda, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. Bavoda

    Bavoda New Member

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    So technically it isn't a barn find but I ran into a guy at work that had a 94 Chevy (TBI 350) that he had sitting for a few years because he inherited his fathers truck. I bought it and he had said that one cylinder would foul out. I changed the plugs/wires, gas, oil, coolant and it starts and runs. But it has a super, almost cam sounding idle and when I put my foot in it, I can feel it cutting out. It isn't throwing any codes out either so my question is, do you experts think it's the distributor or the throttle body causing this? The throttle body was pretty black/brown when I glanced at it....it's a new truck and I'm open to new knowledge. Teach me, Senpai.
     
  2. Ckmitt

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    Maybe try replacing coils if it's miss firing maybe also the cap and rotor
     

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