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On 96 chevy van cylinder 5 misfire changed plugs wires cap n rotor checked coil n egnition modulator

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Check the plug wires with a spark tester, to see if they all spark good. That will verify all of the parts you replaced. If they look good, do a compression test on cylinder five.

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