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Went I went to the dyno early on this spring I had noticed that my ignition solutions ignition's one of the lights was not illuminated. So after the dyno runs I disconected the ignition solutions ignition because I thought it was faulty. So anyway last week I decide to reinstall it just incase one of the connections was bad. My buddy reinstalls it for me and sure enough one of the lights are still not working. He says "you realize that means that one of your coils isn't firing." So I quickly went home and took off the upper intake plenum and realized that one of the coils were indeed unplugged. I replugged everything and made sure it was on there good. I guess when the dyno guys were trying to get my tach signal they accidently unplugged the coil. I just wonder what kind of numbers I would of gotten if all three coils were firing. Any speculations?