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Cylinder not firing

2nd cylinder not firing on drivers side of motor

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What year, make, model and engine do you have? Did you have a Check Engine light and associated DTC (error) code? Is that how you determined it was the #4 cylinder? Generally speaking, if a cylinder is not firing, it's due to either electrical (spark) or fuel. If your engine is fuel-injected, you may have a clogged or faulty injector. If there is no spark on this cylinder, check the usual suspects - spark plug, plug wire, distributor cap, rotor. Need more information, please.

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    Jordan Hall Apr 05, 2015

    I'm having same problem none of the cylinders are hitting, Would it be the Coil packs? 2000 Volkswagen passat 1.8t

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Make model and all the info might help please

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