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Car was running well then just refused to start.Computer indicated throttle position sensor. Replaced that, then crank sensor, then cam position sensor. Then took car to a repair shop. They thought cam belt, all looked good. They then said wire to crank position sensor bad and replaced it. Car then started with miss fire. The repair shop then replaced all plug wires and plugs. car still miss fires, they then replaced the coil pack.Car still miss fires on passenger side cylinders. The car starts and runs on the driver side cylinders only. What gives with this?

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Its possible there are multiple coil packs usually one for each bank or one for every two cylinders. Or check for a ignition control module

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