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2007 gmc duamax Random miss-fire/no codes - Sierra 2500HD GMC Cars & Trucks

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Run a compression check to ensure it is not mechanical, i.e. ring crack etc. Hook up to a scan tool and explore missfire monitoring via live data. Answer should lie within one of the afore mentioned.

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SOURCE: 2004 GMC sierra cylinder miss fire code

Have you put new sparks plugs in it. If you havent I would try them first. Only run the ac delco plugs listed for the truck. I have had many people come threw the shop with misfiring and trucks running like **** and come to find out they put bosch or ngk plugs in it. Your manual says there good for 100,000 miles but there really only good for about 75,000 or so. Also run some lucas fuel treatment or b12 chemtool. both you ad straight to the gas tank. If it calls for one can for 20 gallons buy two and double the treatment it wont hurt you engine.

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SOURCE: multiple random miss fire

Now change the distributor. Get one from salvage or e-bay. Did the timing belt jumped a tooth or is it new. Vitally

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SOURCE: code reader was reading miss in #5.changed coil

Recheck the ignition module, The module is what the coil pack sits on and the wire harness may be damaged due to corrosion or broken wires. At worst, the module is bad it self and needs to be replaced. Good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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