Question about Mazda 626
Check your spark plugs, distributer cap and cables, sometime the wire leaks, if you put your car in the dark place during the night, turn on your engine, see if there is any spark from the cap and cable. if you see some spark, change it.
check your timing.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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