Question about 1999 Ford Mustang Cobra
It could be the spark plugs, but probably more serious than that. If you scan it for DTC's (trouble codes) it will probably narrow the issues down for you. The problem could range from the plugs, through the entire ignition system and maybe even the computer. A lot of the parts can be tested prior to replacement too, so you may want to have things like the coil checked unless you feel like buying new anyway. Get the codes if you can it will save you a lot of time and money by narrowing the problem down first.
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