It could be a dirty contact in the cap, the wire could be cracked and shorting when that plug fires, the plug itself could be cracked and shorting too. Even a dirty or mis-gapped plug will cause a mis... Start with the simple things, unless you just replaced them a new cap, rotor, plugs and wires are good to have and I wouldn't call it throwing money at the problem...
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