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I replaced all three coils and wires and plugs,the car is missnig very bad, so I replaced the crank sencer today and still missing.I check all wires and found out that my bottom coil was not fring, I replaced it and it still isnt fring,still missing,what do I check next.this is for a 1993 cutlass ciera,3.3 motor,fuel injected.

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Check timing. Shoot a timing light at the crank. If the mark is jumping around a lot, your timing belt/chain has jumped a cog.

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