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Fiesta 1.2 auto 1996 misfires at 3500rpm was told coil pack breaking down.replaced it and still misfiring.

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This could also be a leaking plug wire or an injector that is clogged. A simple test is to try to isolate the cylinder that is causing the problem and check to see if it is getting steady fire and fuel. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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