Question about 1999 Ford Escort
Could be a crankshaft position sensor fault or even a ignition coil fault. I suggest u check the stored fault codes in the PCM first. If there is no ckp sensor codes in the system and a new coil doesn't fix the problem it's possible the coil has spiked the PCM . If this is the case a new coil and PCM should be installed. The engine rpm and signal from the coil is picked up from the ckp sensor.
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