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Swapped motor miss fires throught throttle - 1999 Mercury Mountaineer

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Why motor swap?

Used motor went in,I don't ever like that senerio

Junk out --junk in

Explain the thru throttle part

Explain in detail what has been tested,how & the results

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

  • donnie lucas Dec 10, 2012

    ran codes found that the cam sensor was throwing code swapped out sensor no codes found still run rough and back fires has new plug and good wires never touched the timming not sure whats going on

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2012

    Have a local shop look at data on a road test. You don't need hours of shop time or big bill Just some help so you can resolve at home

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