All of the coils wouldn't have failed at the same time, so that is unlikely. Do I understand you correctly that only cylinder 1 has spark?
As far as fuel smell, that is likely because there is no spark to burn the gas. Allow the spark plugs to be removed for a few hours so they can dry.
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Please confirm there is spark at the cylinder 1 coil. If there is, we need to check if power is getting to all coils. If it is, then we may have a ground issue or the PCM may have failed. I guess three coils may have failed at the same time, but that is really unlikely. If there is no spark, I need you to follow the black wires at the connectors to the rear of the cylinder head where they are mounted. Make sure that the connection is good or check the black wires for continuity to ground as I mentioned above. One other thought. I'm not sure how you are using an inline tester since these are coil packs.
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Monday, January 1st, 2024 AT 6:39 PM