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99 siverado 4.3 slight chug or buck under load eng lite flashes t

Have done cap,rotor ,wires and plugs and fuel filter, fuel pressure checks ok but may be delivery problem.After three drive cycles lite goes out but IT WILL be on again the next day.

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I suggest having the codes read which is usually done for free at part store. It may be a Throttle Position Sensor.

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