Question about 2004 Mazda MPV
You probably have a cracked distributer cap or bad spark plug wires. You can change both easily, but be very very very sure to keep the wires in the proper order. I find that changing one at a time works best.
You have a bad coil on one of your cylinders, most likely one in the rear. If it is in the rear, have all three done as most of the cost is in the labor. I only had one done and a month later another one in the rear went.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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