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Coil pack are common on those. If you have the in-line 6 cylinder, it would be the front cylinder. While idling, unplug the harness for the coil pack on #1, if you have no change in the way it runs, your problem is in that cylinder. Try another to see the difference, as it should stall. I have "swapped" them around to verify the issue.
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