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Misfiring on the num. 4 cyd. I put new plugs & wires in,

What more can i do to fix it

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CHECK THE FUEL INJECTOR, CHECK CYLINDER COMPRESSION, CHECK THE PLUG WIRE OR COIL IF IT IS DIS.

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