Question about 2003 Mazda Mazda6
I will assume you have not had the timing checked on your Mazda.
The whistling sound could be too much air or air going into the engine at the wrong time. I can not be sure until the timing is checked and you are sure your firing order is correct. I would also check the wires and replace them along with the plugs.
Hesitation is a dead give away of one of the preceding. You can say that it is wasteful to replace all the items without knowing if they are bad. I look at it this way. I can replace most of those above for what a mechanic is going to charge me for 1 hour.
Any questions and I will be more than willing to walk you through any rough spots. Let me know.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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