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I have had this misfire problem for a couple years. It started with like #5 misfire, so I would pull the plug and check and just replace. Then a few months later it would be another plug. This has gone on, and I replaced plugs, coils, Distributor Cap & Button, Plug Wires. Then yesterday I started it up and it really was tough and the Service Lite bright! I put my Code Reader and come up with “multiple misfires.” A friend, who works for a Chevy Garage, and I were talking about it - I was thinking low fuel or a possible leak at the Intake; he said he feels that quite possibly I need a new Distributor. Anyone else ever run into this, or any ideas, I really appreciate ideas.
 

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on the late 1990's GM trucks the distributor will cause miss fires when the distributor has 225 K miles on it ..the bearings and gear wears out.....check the fuel pressure ..around 60 psi.
 

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on the late 1990's GM trucks the distributor will cause miss fires when the distributor has 225 K miles on it ..the bearings and gear wears out.....check the fuel pressure ..around 60 psi.
Thanks for the heads up.
 

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I had a similar problem on my 2009 GMC Acadia. Pulled my hair out. Finally took it to a GM tech who opened his own garage. Turned out to be the fuse box. Had it replaced and that fixed the problem. Try wiggling the wiring harness to the fuse box and see what happens.
 

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I had a similar problem on my 2009 GMC Acadia. Pulled my hair out. Finally took it to a GM tech who opened his own garage. Turned out to be the fuse box. Had it replaced and that fixed the problem. Try wiggling the wiring harness to the fuse box and see what happens.
Thanks….will do.
 
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