Question about 1997 Mercury Mystique
In most cases it is a spark plug wire or spark plug. But in higher milage cars it can end up being a cracked exhaust valve or broken compression ring. You need to identified which cylinder it is and test for spark, compression and if that is inconclusive check the fuel injector for fuel delivery. If this is beyond your comfort level a shop can do this for 1 hours diagnosis
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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