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The problem was....................dirty fuel injectors. I took the injectors and rails off the engine. The injector for cylinder #5, which is misfire in cyl 5, and the injecter for cyl # 7 were full of setiment (not sure of spelling).
There was not a code set for cyl # 7.

I took each injector and used a small pointed awl to clean out the dirt, and used compressed air to blow it out. Then I used carb cleaner and brake cleaner to spray in the top of the injector.

Next, I used a small bottle brush to clean the top opening as well. I also cleaned the bottom . With new "O" rings on the injectors, I reattached the injectors to the fuel rails and put these back on the engine.

Using instructions provided by a Haynes manual, I fired up the engine and it ran like new. No more codes!

This may be the problem in your engine as well.

Clava :cool:
 
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