Question about Cars & Trucks
An exhaust on a vehicle is made up of several different sections that transport used combustion gasses from the vehicle's engine to the back or side of the vehicle. The pipes incorporate several silencers (mufflers) to reduce noise. If you notice a sudden increase in noise from your vehicle, especially when you rev the engine, you probably have a hole in your exhaust.
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Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 Maxda 6 sputtering
hey, I own an 04 v6 mazda 6 as well and recently had that same problem. Its an ignition coil. The thing is that you have to wait until the check engine light comes on to know whick cylinder it is. I replaced all my spark plugs and boots all at once thinking it would solve the problem but it didnt work. It takes a while for the light to come on so what I did was to push my engine and make it come on. Hopefully its one of the the three coils in the front or else it would be a pain to get the back three. Each coil will run you about 50-80 dollars. Call me if you have any questions. My name is Carlos.786-210-1493
Posted on May 27, 2009
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