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I would first have a cylinder compression test done on all cylinders to see if one or more are low on compression.I have seen issues with low compression on one or more cylinders due to valve issues in the cylinder head itself.If this has not been done this needs done.If this is found o.k. the fuel injectors need tested for the cylinders that are misfiring to see if any issues are found with the injectors needing cleaned or replaced.
If these are all found to be o.k. the ECU itself can cause this here needing replaced.If it is replaced with a used one it will need programmed by either a dealer or authorized repair center for it to work on your model here.
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O.k.,if you have no spark at these cylinders and the wiring is o.k. to these cylinders this does sound like the engine ecu itself is at fault causing this issue here.I have seen the ecu fail before and can cause a no spark issue on these cylinders needing replaced.