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My car has a misfire it's the #5 coil it's a 2004 suzki Verona v6need help finding which one is the #5

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Click here to see firing order Germ.

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SOURCE: misfire code on #3 cyl. 2004 Suzuki Verona

I had the same problem I disconnected the battery to reset computer when I was changing my plugs & ignition wires! hope this helps

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There is not a fuse for the check engine light.

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SOURCE: how do you find out which coil is bad on a 2004

u must check each resistance by unplugging the cable which is connected to the coil then compare the resistance for each coil with the standard one. also check if there is little broken lines which allow the amplification to be loosen

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its bad fuel injectors. I would do all of them at once its better and cheaper in the long run.

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