Question about Isuzu Rodeo
I have a 1997 Rodeo with the 3.2L engine. When I experienced a similar problem, I took the coil pack off the #4 cylinder and exchanged it with the #2 cylinder. The misfire moved to the #2 cylinder which proved the coil pack was bad. I bought a replacement coil pack from a junk yard and corrected the problem.
Expect to pay over $150 for a brand new one if you also have to replace one.
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