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Have spark plugs been replaced? Have you checked for spark strength on cylinder 5?
Put old coil back in and check to see if cylinder 5 has good spark, you can remove coil and connect as park plug tester directly to coil. If spark is good check to see if cylinder 5 injector has good pulse. Let me know, thanks.
Sorry, I meant to say cylinder 5. Let me know if spark is good, thanks.
#6 is what I meant, the P0505 keeps making me think cylinder 5.
New coil could be problem, let me know how test goes. Thanks.
Hello and welcome to just answer. I value your input to my questions so I may help you better.So I see you have tried coils ,done compression testand have good fuel pressure at the rails? Now try this, swap the injectors from the cylinder that shows misfire with a good one and see if that misfire code moves?
Lets do the injector swap and see what happens first You may have injector problems ,and then we can take it from there.one thing at a time .Our manufacturer told us when diagnosing " KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID " In other words go one step at a time..Question were the new spark plugs original OME plugs?
I understand that but are they OME original plugs that same make that was in it new?