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I've got a 1994 chevy cavalier 2.2, 4 cyl. when the

I'got a 1994 chevy cavalier 2.2, 4 cyl. when the car is stop, there is electric current only in 3 sparks plugs, when the car is running there is electric current in the 4 sparks plugs. I've changed the sparks plugs an cables, but the problem remains

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Sounds like one of the coils are bad.

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