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Misfire with error codes P0300,P0302,P01303, P0102, P0748

I have a 1998 Jetta that has a misfire on cylinder #3 and #2. I am getting codes P0300,P0302, P0303, P0102, and P0748. I have swaped spark plugs from another cylinder and not the one in cylinder #3 is wet. I have also changed the fuel injector and the coil. Could anyone shed some light on the situation? Thanks I have codes P0304,P0442,P0300,P1582,P0506 & P0301 HOW DO I FIX IT?

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    misfire on p0302 and p0304

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    p0301 p0302 p0304 p0306 p0300

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What that means a code P01411 from a car Jetta 1998

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Check injector harness for wiring maybe its short to ground ok let me know what u found to resolve the problem cuz i have the same problem thanks in advance

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Have you checked the wires for holes.

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