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My brother in laws truck pushed a plug out and we fixed it with the repair kit from dorman and since then has a popping thru the exhaust I'm thinking may have had a piece of thread get caught in between valves so any help will be appreciated and has the 5.4 and its a 01 and throws the misfire code has new coil and the plug that came in the kit

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Do a cylinder leak down test
to check for valves sealing

Sounds like you have a lean misfire from
air getting past the insert

Posted on May 09, 2014

  • Jesse jones May 09, 2014

    OK dang he has nothing but trouble out of this truck and thank you for your help

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