Question about 1996 Saturn SL
I would start the cheap way of swapping the position of the two identical coils, if the misfire moves to another cylinder then you have a bad coil. If the misfire stays on the same cylinder I would put in new plugs and wires. If the 3rd cylinder plug is covered in poo, then you may have some corruption of that cylinder and ignition is not your issue.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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