I just bought a 96 Dodge 2500 with the V10 4x4 with automatic. The truck had a miss when accelerating the when up to speed it smoothed out and ran great. The exhaust gasket is blown out on the back cylinder on the drivers side. I just havent got around to getting that fixed yet. Anyways I put new Champion Platnium plugs and new wires on it and that took care of the miss and its been running great. I put about 500 miles on it and now its doing the same thing again and making a popping noise sometimes around the engine as its missing. soon as its up to speed and running lower rpms it runs great. So I thought maybe I got a bad spark plug so I went and bought new Double Platnium Champion spark plugs and that did not help. I also found this site and read that # 5 and #7 plug wires should not be crossed. I did check that and they are not crossed and are in the right grooves. Before when it would miss before new plugs I could smell raw gas. Now with the new plugs I dont smell raw gas when its missing. All the plugs that I took out looked as if they were burning clean. None of the warning lights come on in the dash. I dumped in fuel injection cleaner. Nothing seems to help it this time and Im not sure what to do. This is my first Dodge. I love the power because I haul farm tractors on a flat bed. Thats why I bought it. If anyone could please tell me what else to check Id be very thankful.