Someone back me up here before I spend the $$$ on ignition wires... A couple of weeks ago the truck started hesitating - especially after it had rained. Normally I would just replace the ignition wires, but they are expensive on the 80 so I went for the FSM instead. The code coming up was #6 misfire. OK so I check the wires with an ohmmeter and found them to be well within spec. They were all in the 17K range - 25K is listed as the max allowable. I replaced the spark plugs while I was in there and put it all back together. I test drove it, even in the rain and it seemed fine. My wife had the truck and said she felt some hesitation - today in the rain I felt it too. It isn't as bad as it was but definitely still there. Now they would have been replaced by the PO - and they were genuine Toyota parts. I am guessing that the insulation is bad regardless of the resistance measurement and that moving them around caused the reduction in hesitation. Is there anything else I should check before spending the $$$ on ignition wires?