Hello, I’m new to the forum. I have a 2017 GMC Sierra 5.3 with 53k miles. I have a sporadic engine miss. I’ve had the fuel induction service and I’ve had all 8 fuel injectors replaced. However the miss continues periodically. I can drive it for 20 - 30 minutes without any issues, then out of the blue it starts to miss for several miles, then clear up again. It will run intermittently with the miss. When the fuel injectors were replaced, it was because the check engine light said that #7 cylinder had a miss. Further diagnostics indicated that the left bank injectors were all bad - so I had all 8 replaced, playing it safe. But now with this latest miss there’s no check engine light. It occurs when the truck is at operating temperature. Without the check engine light on, no one can diagnose it, especially the guys who replaced to fuel injectors. I’ve been fighting this since late December. Does anyone have an idea of what my problem may be? I have not replaced the spark plugs, wire or coils - too much money ($1500 est. for all three items) and I’m over $3k into it now. If I was sure that would fix it, I would have them replaced. Thanks in advance for any input you can provide.