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I have a code on a porsche 996 2002 3.6 litre cylinder number 6 and it always come back i changed the pickup coil and the sparks plug thank you

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What vehicle?

Spark plugs never misfire, by design, Wear yes,that stresses the
ignition modules

If you have a coil, that is for all cylinders,the others fire okey !

We need your year,engine, V6, V8, etc, to help

You never change parts to solve any issue
That is called wishing,hoping,pushing,poking,

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HI......
OK. just follow the number on the ignition coils.
And the number on the cylinders are.
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OK... I hope this solve your question .

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