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Replaced coil boot and plug on cylinder 1 computer still says coil not firing on cylinder 1

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try the alphabet as numbers as numbers so that 1234 would be equal to abcd and 5678 would be efgh if that is correct the e coil would be on no 5 piston plug
that is if you have 8 individual coils for the pistons

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