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What would cause a miss in a 5.3 engine - 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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No spark from coilpack bad ignition wire and or spark plug.scan test find which cylinder is missing.there is a service bulletin from g.m. on misfires 5.3L engines.possible carboned buildup piston rings.cylinders walls need to be inspected for abnormal wear.my need new short block.

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