Question about 1996 Chevrolet C1500
Look at the plugs, if they looked hot and cooked then the misfire is unlikely to be electrical. If they look OK check out the Cam sensor connections on the edge of the flywheel housing. If the plugs are cooked it could be a duff EGR valve or, because you have no code, a clogged exhaust feed pipe to it. The absence of the introduction of a measured amount of exhaust gas to the mix would give rise to systemic overheating of the ignition temperatures and this in turn can lead to multiple fire events
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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