Hi, I have the same problem, same ohm values of the coils .... cylinder 4 misfire problem, how did you solve it ???
I would buy a new coil pack if your measurements are correct.
Tips to ensure no misfires occur because of changing the coil pack:
Remove the coil pack. If the boots are stuck on, use a small screwdriver or pick with some dielectric grease on it to go around the outside of the boot and then possibly the inside of the boot to help aid in removal.
Remember to (p)re-gap your plugs to .028,
Set gap with the black portion of this tool.
Measure the gap with feeler gauges.
Throw this away.
Torque to 18 ft-lbs with no anti-seize on the threads of a stock type plug.
Ensure the boots have no rips/tears or holes in them, lightly coat them with dielectric/silicone grease and make sure the resister springs are clean and not caught up in the boots when you install them.
If the plugs look bad, consider these:
(iridium plugs), ~$25, expect ~10-15k regaps on these, ~40-50k overall life.
(nickel/copper plugs), ~$8, expect 15-25K out of these plugs, with a regap or two required at 5-8k intervals on stock tune.
Read Hesitation Gone!
for more info on the plugs.