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Maybe try waiting untill dark ,fire it up,open the hood (kill the hood light) spray the plug wires with windex(not water) and look for sparks ,if any ,put a set of wires on it. I suppect this is the only problem,bad wires will kill coil packs
The throttle positioning sensor may have a inconsistant contact in a certain range. Generally caused by aggressive driving., seriously the pivots and other moving parts wear sooner because of indirect pressures at the throttle body.