Q: Q: Miss fire

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Have a miss fire car has been in a garage and had coil packs replaced plugs replaced and rocker cover gasket done and injectors and timing and eccentric shaft sensor still miss fire at low revs any ideas as it is getting expensive now been told it could be the ecu

My car has 920099 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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