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My check engine light came on yesterday after a failed start attempt. I bumped the starter over too quickly for the engine to fully crank and then my CEL light came on.
The codes were as follows:
0300 random multi cylinder misfire
0302 cyl 2 misfire
0307 cyl 7 misfire

The truck runs smooth as glass and has plenty of power so I know it's not missing when running.

I erased the codes and the light has not come back on yet.

Could this have happened from not cranking properly or do I need to get some convolute (a.k.a. flex conduit) to isolate the wires from each other to prevent induction (crossfiring)?

Like I said, the truck runs great but I get irritated when the CEL comes on.
thanks
Chris
 

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I'm trying the TSB approach to fix the problem.
While ,according to the TSB for proper plug wire routing, it states that this problem is more prevalent than mine appears to be, I'm still trying it as it can't hurt.
I used some wire convolute (flex conduit) and convoluted every other plug wire all the way to the dist cap, additionally, they are all atleast 1 inch apart (except at the dist cap).
Will see if the light comes back on or if it was cause by the crank time being too short.
 
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