Question about 1996 Audi A4
If its just that cylinder it may be the coil if you have individual coils for your plugs. If you have a distributor it may be the distributor cap. It also could very well be the plug wire or the plug itself. If the plugs are old you should replace them since they are a cheap fix. If they are new first swap two spark plug wires for each other (obviously you need to swap both the connection at the coil and plug otherwise you risk blowing your head gasket). Also if it is a consistent miss whether driving or idling it may be more serious than a coil and may be a valve problem but that is unlikely.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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