Question about 1999 Mazda Millenia
If you havent tuned up the engine, its time. Those plugs have been in there for 10 years now. I change mine every year. Wires also. If you have a distributor which you probably don't be nice and replace your rotor also. And don't get the cheapest parts you can buy. Get some quality parts that are desighed to last a couple of years. Bausch is a great inexpensive brand for the everyday guy or gal. Get the Bausch dual spark plugs that way I don't have to explain about gapping. Now if you get the same reading. But if Im not mistaken cylinder misfire could also mean your timing is off. So Just go and do the tune up then go from there.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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