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1995 blazer "1995 blazer ".code po305 misfires on cly #5 reset code idles rough code reads same changed wires plug cap rotor can anybody suggest anything to do .

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I am just a backyard mechanic but since the code says #5 misfire detected, and you've changed the plug, wire, rotor, and cap; something that is possible, besides a computer or sensor problem, is the a piece of carbon is coming loose and is heating up and the sensor is picking this up as the spark. Don't know how to test anything else. Maybe this will help reed

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