Question about 2001 Ford Focus
I was told I had corrison under my coil. New coil, changed spark splug, and wires. A week later same thing, took it back. I was told the vaccum hose was not attached, air was getting in. Flushed out the hose, put a new clamp, said that should fix the problem. No, my car is still sputtering, and losing power, then it shuts down. What can I do to fix the problem, or at least have AAMCO that's be taking car of my where to look. Help....
I have the same problem and since I had a similar problem in a grand caravan I changed the same thing I did before which was the fuel pump. Well it did not work and I was about to change the coil and now I see your solution did not work either. Thinking of changing the wires and coil anyway. Could be same symtoms different problems.
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