Question about 2003 Mazda Mazda6
I'll bet the guy pulled on the plug wires when he disconnected them from plugs., you may have a broken core in 1-2 or more wires.. This would require replaceing the wires and / or distributor cap. Does it idle ok? Or shake at idle.. ?
Ask the guy if he took the distributor cap off..
(Dodgy spark plugs? Righttt.) You could check the air filter too,, don't know what he might have done wrong there, but you never know.. till you look. While you're at it, check the oil level and see if it looks clean on the stick,
It is barely possible that it's unrelated to anything just done, and its coincidental that it happenned now. So keep that in mind.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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