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Did you change them with mopar replacements or swap them with another cylinder or replace them with another brand?
Have you hooked up a noid light to the injector and coil?
And its all good?
Have you smoked it?
Maybe try swapping coil 6 with another cylinder?
Yes. Thats correct.
Coil 6 feeds off the same control circuit as 3. By smoke I mean a smoke tester for leaks to make sure you dont have a vacuum leak.
When you sprayed the brake cleaner were you watching the short term fuel trim?\
No dont swap 3 and 6.. swap another cylinder and 6.. and for good measure swap another cylinder with three too. Get those coils completely off that driver circuit and clear the codes and see if the misfire moves. It could be possible 6 is dragging 3 down or something.
Swap 3 with 1 and 4 with 2.
OK then swap the whole coil with one of the other two. Then you can rule out the coil being bad. Its rare for a mopar coil to be bad out of the box but not unheard of.
I will be standing by. Just let me know when you get that done and retested.
Sounds good. I will be around. If possible when you reply back let me know the compression on the rest of the engine.
Yep sounds like it.
Well at least you found your issue... I know that wasnt what you wanted to hear.
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