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1992 gen 1 mx6 mazda 6cyl.hesitation ,misfire,flatspot.replaced plugs,leads,rotor cap,fuel filter etc

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Probably gunk or carbon build-up. See if Seafoam works for you, do a full engine treatment. You can find out how to do it on Youtube follow the links.

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