Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
An O2 sensor, huh? No, that doesn't sound correct, but it might be a good idea to replace it anyways if it hasn't been done yet. The problem is more likely to be your spark plug wires. If that doesn't work, have your timing checked out by a professional...
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