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  1. Is it odd that the knock sensor code doesn't make the CEL come on?
  2. The fuel trims have been around +/- 5. I'll try and track down the knock sensor issue.
  3. Recently got a 99 k2500 flatbed, DRW,5 speed, with 245k. When I first got it, I did a tune up which helped a lot and then fixed a hot start issue. Its still got a rough idle and seems kinda weak while driving. I tested the fuel pressure yesterday and it was 48psi at idle down to about 42 when driving down the road. It doesn't cut out or bog down when driving just seems a little weak, but I've never had a 454 before. It starts right up no issues. No check engine light(bulb is good as it lights up with key on, not running) , but when I use scan tool it shows "P0327 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Low Input (Bank 1). Any suggestions? Here at the things I've replaced: Plugs Wires Distributor ICM Coil MAF Fuel Pressure Regulator Both O2 sensors Both Knock sensors
  4. Nobody..... LOL surely I'm not the only one who this has happened to.
  5. About a week ago, I bought a 99 K3500 with a 454, 5 speed. It was in decent shape, but deferentially used as a work truck. I've been going through it fixing little issues here and there and have been able to fix most of them but one has me stumped. My left turn signal indicator bulb has blown a couple of times. The actual turn signal lights outside work, front and back, but the lamp in the cluster keeps blowing the bulb, not a fuse. It didn't work when I got the truck so I replaced the indicator bulb and it lasted about a day. I'm pretty sure it needs a turn signal switch because the 4 way flasher button doesn't go down when you press it. Could that be causing the bulb to go out? From what I can tell, there isn't any aftermarket wiring on the truck or anything like that. I've tried to do some searches but I'm not really coming up with a lot. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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