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Tracking misfire 06 Rubicon

Robert Alford

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Mar 29, 2018
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Ok gentlemen, Iam back chasing a new issue. This one may stump as I have taken most actions possible, and couldn't find a similar post. If i break any forum rules let me know and it will be fixed.
06 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with a brand new engine.

Problem:
Random misfire usually between cylinder 2 and 3. I know this because the spark plugs will quickly (30 minutes) foul out. I can attach a video, but when testing the coil pack I noticed that randomly, and I do mean randomly some sparks won't fire at the appropriate time (this is where I think the issue lies). Have noticed the pipes will turn cherry red within 30 minutes, but the thermostat remains normal.

Actions Taken:
First the coil pack is a year old, will pass Ohm test (bought these items chasing a previous issue)
The OPDA is a year old
CPS is a year old
New Injectors, and can hear them firing
Cleaned IAC (was very nice)
Timing is spot on
 

Jerry Bransford

TJ Guru
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Nov 9, 2015
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Location
Escondido California
Exactly what brand and model # spark plugs are installed? If they are platinums, are they single or double-tipped? As in is the platinum coating on just one or both sides of the gap? Single-tipped platinums will cause misfires on newer TJs with the ignition coil rail instead of a distributor.