Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
Changed plugs and wires, injectors, has good compression and get fire to the coil.
Problem could be as simple as a vacuum leak around either of those cylinders. A vacuum leak can create a lean fuel mixure condition resulting in a miss fire. One thing to rememeber is that depending on the style of ignition in use. The opposing cylinder's spark plug and wires act as the return path for the unused voltage from the coils firing which is why you are having seemingly unrelated misfires. If either has a problem then the symptoms are shown in both cylinders.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Check the spark plug boot and make sure the wires going to your are tight and not damaged
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