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You can also have a compression problem or an injector that is bad or not getting power. You would need a compression gauge and a NOID light to test these.
yep, sure would, it's still a misfire.
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Most likely a fault in the ignition module/computer, not getting a signal at the correct time.
Has nothing to do with it. CRANK sensor can though. Attach your lab scope and make sure these signals are coordinated.
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Nope, no guesses that I can think of.
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