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If the brakes are operating properly then check for dirt on the abs wheel sensor or bad sensor itself. If they're not working right then could be a number of things including the abs module on master cylinder. Sometimes you can swap out the electrical portion otherwise you may need to change complete unit. $$$$$$
Yes the coil pack is a common problem But you should take the car to a place like Auto Zone where they will read the fault codes to see why the check engine light came on. Then you'll have a better idea of what the problem is. It will tell you which cyl. is causing the missing.
It can be your CO2 sensor. And another one that all ways makes the check engine light come on is your gas cap be for you turn your car on make sure your gas cap is on like 3 clicks then go clear the codes. If that doesn't help then good luck