Q: My Dodge seems to be misfiring

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Have just recently done an engine swap on 2002 Dodge Dakota 5.9 liter V8 I have changed plugs wires throttle position sensor camshaft sensor s mass airflow sensors and other sensors that I can't even remember right now at the moment I'm so frustrated so put it where I want it idles really hard up down and it shakes and rattles and Rumbles is running really rich and figure it out any ideas like I said all sensors are new
My car has an automatic transmission.

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