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it may not be the spark plug it could be the spark plug lead itself or where it plugs into the distributer,check for corrosion,replace the lead,also check if the spark plug is full of carbon,if it is you may have a problem in that cylinder...hope this helps.....cheers
This type of distributorless ignition system uses a “waste spark” method of spark distribution. Each cylinder is paired with the cylinder that is opposite it (1-4 or 2-3). Look closely next to towers on coil pack assembly they are numbered.
looks like you got one of them right you changed most of the things that cause loss of spark so lets try the simpler things are all the items you have replaced a proper grounding just test with a muti meter you havn,t by any chance got a alarm with cut outs on it then check all your connectors carefully exam the pins have not been bent and are not connecting properly also check the wiring loom on the engine for signs of being rubbed through yates210456