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Coil fires on #1 and #4 only. replaced coil several times

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Try taking the wire and plug from #4 and plug it into #2 and #3 and see if you get a spark. This will eliminate the possibility of bad wires or plugs. If this proves fruitless, I am afraid that you might have a bad computer, because the signal to fire each individual plug comes from there.

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