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I would perform a compression check with #3 and #1 beside it to compare and make sure the base engine is fine. Then swap the coil to #1 and see if the misfire moves, then swap injectors...
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Glad you found it and it will not harm the engine now that you got it fixed, but if you were to keep driving it with a misfire you could have caused more damage..
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Is the check engine light still on?
The IAC which is the Idle Air Control may not have had enough time to relearn since the engine install.. SInce there is no codes there should be any issues other than the PCM needs to relearn the idle. I would drive it at highway speeds and allow it to coast which is when the PCM learns the idle and see how it runs...
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Good morning Mike..
So did that take care of the P0303? I still haven't received a positive rating for this question.. What codes are setting?
If you go drive it 10 miles does it run the same and are any codes setting then?