This is rare but I suspect you have cylinder balancing issues. The way the vehicle picks up misfires is by not seeing crank shaft acceleration after each cylinder fires. So when there is a misfire the crank does not accelerate as expected and it starts to count misfires. Then it monitors the o2 sensors for how much fuel is in the exhaust to confirm this as their will be unburned fuel in the exhaust.
So you could have an issue on 3 and 4 but the fact that you have low compression on the other bank, we need to solve that and then retest the misfires on 3 and 4.
I assume the vehicle is running rough so we need good compression on all cylinders before we address fuel and spark
Let's run a leakage test to find out where the compression is going. I suspect a head gasket issue so if you want to run that test first then that is fine.
Here is a guide to help with that:
Saturday, October 10th, 2020 AT 4:18 PM