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Missfire on #3clinder, compression is 175, new plugs, coil packs and wires, injector is new and it is gettig a signal with a noid light

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Try to enter change the coil and the spark plus,,,see what wiil happen...if the same..check the injector wiring on that positin,,,and check also air leak,,,did compresion same all cylinder?if that is the highier compression check the valve spring sometimes broken.

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You're changing/swapping a lot of parts, but are you getting spark on #8 - at the plug? Is the injector actually getting a firing signal (use a noid light to check)? Can you actually hear the engine missing/skipping, or are you basing this all on the CEL and (presumably) P0308 code?
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Sounds like #2 is still missing. Misfires can be caused by an ignition problem, a fuel problem, or a mechanical problem where there is no compression in the cylinder.
Okay, you have changed the coil. Now try changing spark plugs and the spark plug wire-Swap #2 and #1 spark plugs and the plug wire too, and see if misfire follows now on #1. If it does, bad plug or bad plug wire. Of course you could just drop a new plug into #2 and see what happens. If no change, swap the plug wires and test again. If still misfiring, check the spark at end of plug wire-you need to see a blue snapping spark to know the ignition is working good on that #2.
If you have spark there, need to check if the injector is pulsing and spraying fuel into the cylinder. You might be able to feel the injector pulse if you hold a finger lightly on the injector while engine is running-should be a steady, rather rapid click feel to the injector. If not sure, have the injector circuit checked. You can buy an inexpensive "noid light" at auto parts stores, one that fits your injector circuit, plug it into #2 injector, and crank the car over or run the engine and watch the light-if working, the noid light will be blinking. This verifies the circuit is good. If the spark plug is wet with gas when pulled out, that would verify that injector is spraying fuel into the cylinder.
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