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99 HSE 4.6 Does not fire on cylinder #6 --- S.O.S. Traveling and need ass

HSE Titanic is going down fast.. and need assistance... Found this forum searching for answers for this problem and found others had experienced the same problem with no answer? Cylinder #6 does not fire.. have replaced the coil, wire, spark plug, and still a dead cylinder?
Is it a Chip issue? Does the system need to be "reset"? Traveling and have limited tools available.. need to get underway... If you have had this problem and have any information regarding this issue.. Help would be greatly appreciated.....

Thank you "HSE Titanic"
 

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Re: 99 HSE 4.6 Does not fire on cylinder #6 --- S.O.S. Traveling and need ass

What did the oil spark plug look like? Is it getting fuel?
 

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Re: 99 HSE 4.6 Does not fire on cylinder #6 --- S.O.S. Traveling and need ass

did you try swapping the coils side to side to see if the problem follows the coil?

did you check the spark plug yet?
 

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Re: 99 HSE 4.6 Does not fire on cylinder #6 --- S.O.S. Traveling and need ass

one other question:

Is it GEMS or Bosch?
 

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Re: 99 HSE 4.6 Does not fire on cylinder #6 --- S.O.S. Traveling and need ass

Where are you traveling to? If you're heading West from Spokane I can try to help you out as I'm on the West side of the Cascades here :)
 

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Re: 99 HSE 4.6 Does not fire on cylinder #6 --- S.O.S. Traveling and need ass

Not a clue why you replaced a load of parts, when swapping them would have told a story for free.
If the plug was dry, and you claim it isnt firing, then it obviously isnt getting fuel is it?
Sorry, but the coils are a shared system, so if a coil is bad then there will be other non firing cylinders too in my experience.
Gems are 2 cylinders per coil, so the matching cylinder would be dead too.
How did you come up with it not firing on No6 exactly?
Martin
 
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