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Hesitation start run fine till warm then bucks caries on like it runnin on 6 or 7 clynders 5.4 liter

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Did you not check for codes?
No MIL Lamp on the dash?
You have no vehicle or year on here,
but I would guess almost all the COP
Ignition Coils have failed ,if they are 7 years
old.
Have to replace front oxygen sensors on all
vehicles at 100,000 miles.
Spark plugs every 3 years
Check cylinder misfire count in Mode $06 & Fuel
Trim on a professional scan tool

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