About two weeks ago I noticed the engine idle start to hesitate but ONLY while idling. I was sort of leaning towards the distributor cap or rotor but that didn’t add up because in the past when either of these would go out the car would just die without any warning whatsoever. So I just kept driving it and then tonight when I started the engine it was hesitating a lot more than it had been and also hesitating during acceleration but would smooth out after I would reach and maintain 40mph. The CEL also started flashing on and off. I went ahead and replaced all the spark plugs, distributor cap and rotor with no improvement. Tomorrow I plan to replace the plug wires. The code it’s sending is P0302 (misfire cylinder 2). If the plug wire doesn’t do the trick and I can’t find any leaks on the intake I’m going to try to figure out how to inspect the ignition coil (well, it shouldn’t be too hard to figure out since I have two different shop manuals for this car.) Another possibility for P0302 is low engine compression but I seriously doubt that’s the problem because last time I checked the compression all 4 cylinders had above average compression. I doubt the plug wire is going to fix it since the wires only have about 20k miles on them and I don’t think I have any leaks on the intake so I decided to come here and see if anybody has any suggestions as to where else I should look? Oh yeah, just remembered. I also put a stethoscope (actually a screwdriver) against the fuel injector for cylinder number 2 and it was clicking away just like the other 3 injectors so I guess the injector isn’t the problem unless it can be faulty and still make the clicking noise. So should I check the injector with a meter or is the clicking enough evidence that it’s working fine?