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Misfire is usually a spark plug, plug wire , (COP) Coil

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Hi there;
I have run into an issue with these engines miss-fireing on #3 before.
You may want to have you tech check the miss-fire count for #3 & #7 on his/her scanner, THe distributor cap on these engines is made so the spark for #3 crosses over the path of #7 & they sometimes mix & become one. What happens then is they may be fooled by a spark coming through the wire if on a test lead but won't send the spark to the cylinder. The spark always goes to the easieat place so when cyl.#3 is ready to fire it is easier for the spark to go to #7 & vice-versa, So you tech will see a constant miss-fire on #3 & an intermitant missfire on #7. they can ceck the cap by pulling #3 plug wire off the distributor cap while the truck is running & there will be no spark, if he puts #3 back on & pulls #7 off there will be no spark there. the computor will only set a #3 miss-fire code because that is the cylinder that miss-fires the most.
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