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Codes p1320 not getting any fire. got a code p1305, 1320 and 1330. how do i go about fixing this?

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1305 is igniter malfunction bank 2 or cylinder 2 1320 is cylinder 5 1330 is cylinder 7

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    1305 is igniter malfunction bank 2 or cylinder 2 1320 is cylinder 5 1330 is cylinder 7

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When is the code detected?When the ignition signal in the primary circuit is not sent to Engine Control Module (ECM) during engine cranking or running.

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