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1997 Chevy Suburban 5.7 #6 misfirer PO306 what needs fixing to correct ?

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This is a misfire in cyc 6 i would first check the spark plug then boot and wire after that i would check the injector hopefully this fixes it if not all this ...the ICM may be the fault

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