Question about 2004 Mazda MPV
When standing in front of the vehicle, #4 cylinder is on the left front of the engine.
The coil pack is not difficult to replace, but before you do, replace the spark plug first. You can also use a spray water bottle and spray the coil and spark plug wires while the engine is running and see if you get a spark jump. If you do, you may have a leaking ( worn out ) plug wire or coil tower.
Here is a diagram for the engine and the cylinder and coil numbers.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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