Starting from the passenger side of the coil assembly and going toward the drivers side, the cylinder numbers are 5 2 3 6 4 1
Check the firing order, then hold the throttle open and keep it running about 2 minutes to see if it clears up. Usually if you can keep it running a few minutes the cars computer can set a pending code for the cylinders that are not firing. Let me know if you need further assistance.
Don't worry, if it didn't misfire before, the odds are it is something minor. Let me examine the schemata for a few minutes and we'll walk through this.
I think im done for the night worrying about it. I'm burnt out!!!! I will talk to you tomorrow. Think of all you and type it in I'll read it in the morning and start fresh i'll give you a bonus if we get it figured out^^ Goodnight
Might go buy a stethascope Haynes book says with one those you can hear the accuators going up and down inside the injectors ...Hell IDK GRRRR....
you can take the 2 motor mounts that attach to the top of the rad support off, put the trans in neutral, and carefully pry the entire motor forward. With those 2 mounts unbolted at the engine side of the mount (the long bolt with a 13mm head, and a 15mm nut) pry the engine forward and you can get it far enough to put the bolt back in the mount on the driver's side mount, only this time don't put the bolt in the engine side part of the mount, put it thought the big black iron hoop (the one used to hook a chain to for engine removal), its over by the pipe on the engine that the upper rad hose goes to. Once all this is done, you can get your hand back behind the engine. Just feel which wire is going to which cylinder, to check the fire order. FYI you can do that entire job without taking off the coil assy, rear valve cover, alternator, or loosening any rocker arms.