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Missing in cylinders 1 and 4

Engine is a 2.8. I took the ignition module off and carried it to Autozone to have it checked. They said it was good. I swapped around 2 coils on the module and the same two cylinders still missed. I purchased a new coil and it did not correct the missing problem either. Any ideas on what direction to take next?

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Been there, done it all and then my son's buddy told us that it WAS the module. We changed it and the car ran perfectly.

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First change the plugs and wires for these two cylinders then if that doesn't help do a compression test or do the compression test first

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