Q: I have an intermittent cylinder 1 misfire. Heavy mis under power. Idle is erractic.

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I have an intermittent cylinder 1 misfire. Heavy mis under power. Idle is erratic. Seems to run better when fuel tank is above .75. Engine light comes on and then goes off.

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