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My 1990 lincoln mark VII is pulsing

We just replace wires plugs cap and rotor . you can hear it very clearly. also you can actually hear it, like it has a bad spot

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Check the idle air bypass solenoid,take off and clean or spray out with carb cleaner.

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Your best bet is getting a replacement from your local Junk Yard, this way you won't have to make any adjustments to the wiring since the plugs will be the same.
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should imagine so ,standard size hole for it ,with the right wiring adaptor plug you should have no problem

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