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Which cylinder is no 4?

Got a misfire on number 4 according to the scan tool. I'm gonna start pulling plugs if I don't get a quick response. Thanks to anyone that can answer this.
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Don't know, but I got that code one time and it cleared out. I changed the plugs soon after anyway, but they all looked good.
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dont know off the top of my head, but i do know that on my ignition coil the plug wires are numbered


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Yup coil pack and wires are numbered. Put my reading glasses on and presto! Thanks guys!

E3 sparkplugs removed!!!!!
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Yup coil pack and wires are numbered. Put my reading glasses on and presto! Thanks guys!

E3 sparkplugs removed!!!!!
I had the same problem with my E3's, I hope you changed them all. I know a few others had the trouble too, one of which we had to change at the end of a trail ride after Jeep lost power because of misfire.


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I had the same problem with my E3's, I hope you changed them all. I know a few others had the trouble too, one of which we had to change at the end of a trail ride after Jeep lost power because of misfire.
Yes- Changed all of them back to stock plugs. Just ran it down the road 10miles no codes no misfire. Computer must not like them.
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Computer must not like them.
LOL damn computer doesn't like anything. The JK is the most CanBus involved vehicle I have yet to have had. My 01 Dodge Cummins is a little fickle and just had a CanBus miscomunication every now and again..... Key off... key on good to go. The JK you put in a CD with music it does not like and BANG check engine light

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