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No power to number two plug miss electric going to number two plug

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If this is a 1.8t engine then I would try swapping ignition coils to see if the spark comes back.

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There should be a vacuum hose diagram on the underside of the hood. Try plugging any leaking hoses to get it to run decent first, could have a fouled spark plug for the missing problem or a bad spark plug wire. As for why it won't crank cold, is the battery any good? Has to be charged up good to crank the engine over and fire the spark plugs. As for the choke not working, is it electric? If so, check for power at the choke thermostatic housing, the round black thing, should have a wire going to it that needs power to warm up the choke thermostatic spring.

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You need a listening device and listen for metallic clicking sound. Bad injectors will be silent and they do cause the same miss

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