Great information on the problem. Thanks. If I understand you correctly, 3 and 6 are the ones that give you the problem. Plugs 3 and 6 run off the same coil. I have attached the picture. The coil may be bad based off of what you say since they are on the same coil. If all the coils are the same which they look like, swap with the one next to it and see if the problem transfers to those two cylinders. That would show it is the coil.
Also have you check for codes? You could go to Auto Zone or O'Rileys and for free they can pull the codes to the car. Most important. Once they check your codes, if they find something and you do not get it fixed and need to get back with us, please make sure you tell us exactly what the code was, number and all. Example, if the code was E0568 O2 sensor bad. Then make sure you give us all of that. While there for free also they can bring their tester out and check your battery, alternator and starter.
I would also take a spray bottle of water and spray all over them while running and see if it acts up.
Provides high voltage necessary to ignite the combustion gas.
The electronic ignition system uses a waste spark method of distribution. For example, in this type of system the ignition control module triggers the #1-4 coil pair resulting in both #1 and #4 spark plugs firing at the same time #1 cylinder is on the compression stroke at the same time #4 is on the exhaust stroke, resulting in a lower energy requirement to fire #4 spark plug. This leaves the remainder of the high voltage to be used to fire #1 spark plug.
Friday, August 3rd, 2018 AT 4:49 PM