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it is just # 3 coil ?
# 3 coil has 12 volts at the other wire and no blinking ground at the other wire with it running ?
if you eliminated the wire from the coil to the computer then yes the computer is bad i am sorry to say nothing else will cause just one coil to not get a trigger blinking ground
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not too common
we have seen it before
to be 100 % sure change the crank sensor
if it still does this then yes the computer is 100 % the issue
if you have any questions please ask
it could be either
if the crank sensor was triggers wrong it could cause this issue
its best to replace the crank sensor if it still does this then replace the computer
yes there are no bulletins for this issue and i see no recalls for this issue at all
again at this point the # 3 coil is loosing its trigger signal and that comes from the computer which the computer is told when to fire the coils from the crank sensor
if there is a bad or wrong trigger signal from the crank sensor it will tell the computer to fire the coils or a coil at the wrong time or not at all
the crank sensor is working and any tests on it will show good
i am just telling you to be 100 % sure it is the computer is to eliminate the crank sensor from being the issue
did you not read what i just sent you on how the crank sensor could be the issue ?
how are you making out ?