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Old 11-18-2018, 10:24 PM
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Yeah I seen that website,it also seems to point to a valvetrain problem. I sure wish I knew if a misfire from an ignition problem would cause the vacuum gauge to act like that. I personally don't think so.
 
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Did you get, bench test the new & old coil pack yet & if so, do you notice any difference in the miss coming & going?
Have you opted for the ELM scan tool & FORScan yet?
 


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