Question about 1996 Chevrolet Corsica
It can be the coil for #4 each cilynder has his own coil also try to check make sure the coil is installed properly it happen to me I replaced spark plugs on my own blazer and service engine light came on #1 cilynder was not working so I did took the coil of again and make sure it was ok try to get back in place and problem fix if still doing then you can swap coils but not wires that connect the coils and see if your code reads different spark plug # if so then is time for a new coil
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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