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Sounds like you've done the right checks. It may sound crazy, but it may be worth unplugging and plugging back in the coil connectors one more time and ensuring they seat well (should be a nice click if they are in good shape). Otherwise, you're right it could be related to your wiring harness. You could run a volt meter and see if those two cylinder's wires are getting power and if not, see if the harness can be repaired or if it's worth trying a junkyard harness to fix the issue.

I'm no claimed expert at diagnosing this - just some ideas.
 
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