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The capacitor is used in an ignition system to charge up in the rest period and suddenly discharge in the firing cycle. The reverse flow of current through the coil causes a rapid decay of the electrical field in the coil and produces the big spark. If the condenser is faulty the coil field takes too long to decay so you get a weak orange spark that has trouble jumping the points
I'd check #1 spark plug.
Usually a misfire code "fix" is a spark plug, spark plug wire, or a coil pack / distributor.
Keeping it simple...I'd go with the spark plug first and then look at the condition of the wires.
Its in the center of each head f/r, in the front head it's in-front of the intake and on the rear it's at the rear of the intake under the coil pack. 3 plugs in front head and 3 in the rear head totalling 6. It's a fairly easy job, you just have to move some parts out of the way and your good!!Hopefully this helps
If it's the four cyl., the first coil pack bolts over the #2 spark plug. The #2 coil pack wire plugs into #3 spark plug. The number two coil pack bolts directly over the number four spark plug, and the #2 coil pack wire plugs into the #4 plug. The firing order is 1-4-2-3.