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Change coil n still misfires on cyl num 6 what can i do next.

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I doubt if acupuncture will solve you coil problem but may help you. Go to the automotive section of this website or google. If each plug has its own coil you can check if its pushed down on plug or you electrical connection to coil could be loose. Check inside d cap or wires and by looking for arcing in a completely dark garage.

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