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My Audi A4 1997 1.8 Turbo is misfiring in the #2 cylinder. Changed the plugs and replaced the coil and still receiving the same code.

My Audi A4 Turbo 1.8 is misfiring in the #2 cylinder. Changed the plug and the coil. Still getting the same code. What do you think the problem might be. Please help

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Check the wiring to the coil

Check to make sure the fuel injector is working properly.

Check compression on the cylinder

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Swap the replaced coil with another "good" coil from another cylinder just to make sure you didn't get a dud replacement coil. Then follow the previous suggestion to check wiring, fuel injectors, and compression.

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