The rail is still in place connecting all the plugs together. Is number 4 the one thats farthest away from the back door? That is the one that has the voltage and is closest to the wire connecting to the relay. I guess it could be possible that corrosion is stopping the voltage to the other plugs but I would think unlikely. I am not an expert for sure when it comes to troubleshooting Bobcats. I will try to get that last one out and see what happens. The one in the front is behind the fuel injector lines. Can I disconnect and move them out of the way without causing more trouble?
Yes, number 4 is the one at the fly wheel end.
Removing the one behind the injector lines is a real pain in the a$$ trust me!. With that said, its still not a hard job, just takes a bit of time. You will not cause any more problems, but it will be a bit hard to start when you re-attach the fuel line and purge the air out of the system on the first run. Just plug the injectors and injector delivery valves when you remove the high pressure lines to gain access.
If you go this way, let me know and i will try and explain it all. You *may* need to even un-do the inlet manifold to get the socket between the plug and manifold, but usually you can just get in there.
Any problems just yell! i have done this a few times..... Like i said its not hard, just takes a bit of time!.
As for your earlier remark about only number 4 plug warming up to the touch does make me think you have a connection problem between plugs. You could even try a test light from the chassis to the nuts on the plugs that the power rail connects to just to ensure there is power.