Question about 1998 Ford Escort
Be sure that the plug wires are in the same location they came from. If this is o/k it may be possible that one of the plugs end gap is not correct. This means removing the plugs and inspect the gaps for proper clearence. Also check that all vac hoses are o/k Sometimes the vac hoses can be dislodged when changing plugs.
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