Well, I'd check a few other things, then compression test it. You've been disconnecting the battery right? So you cleared the KAM KeepAliveMemory Right ?
1. Check all your fuses/relays in the fuse blocks. I just pull them check for corrosion or blown.
2. Check for harness chaffing directly above or on top of that connector @ the AC accumulator. Those models have problems with chafing and baring wires right at that location. It's a bad area for ignition mag field disturbance. If the the main harness/wires loose their foil insulation, that alone can cause havoc with these ignitions. So check for harness damage at that local.
3. There's always that possibility you still have a bad coil. New or not, it happens far to often lol. I try not to get that dielectric on the contact points, where the spring contacts the plug, - paranoid maybe, but I've changed allot coils , never a problem.
4. It doesn't hurt to go over your work, - forget a connector ? You can disconnect the coils/injectors then reconnect again. Bad contact can happen.
Other than all that, checking compression is your next step. #'s in my sig.