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98 Isuzu rodeo, 6 cyl with crack but no start...

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I have a rodeo 98 I starts but it cuts off a few times before it stays on and I change the spark plugs I checked the computer and it said coil # 3 is bad but I dont know which one it is

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Thnaks for the thoughts. I appreciate it.

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