Last time it was scanned it said cyl2 had a misfire. The plugs fixed it for a little bit but I was thinking coils as well,until I swapped them out with mine and it didn’t fix it(I also have hitachi coils)^^^ What he said...
Coils for our car can be a real problem.
They can be bad, brand new, right out of the box.
Hitachi coils are a quality coil and worth the extra money.
I almost always buy the cheapest replacement parts for my car, but not for coils.
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Cylinders 1&4 are on one coil and cylinders 2&3 on the other.
I mean the crank sensor looks like trash but wouldn’t that affect all 4 cylinders?
I’m not sure,I’d love to go look but it’s monsoon season in Ohio apparently lol. My buddy forgot his scanner anyway so I guess it’s back to brainstormingI would think so, but perhaps if the sensor is missing a single tooth on the toothed ring, at every rotation, it could lead to a cylinder specific misfire.
(That's a complete guess though. The ECU may very well know that something is wrong?)