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Coil and distributor repair - 2001 Mazda Millenia

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  • michael gomez Mar 07, 2009

    car will crank, but wont start it is a 1987 monte fuel injected luxury sport.inenctors are good

  • michael gomez Mar 07, 2009

    car ont star.only cranks.installed fuel filter and cleaned injectors

  • colton_45 Apr 24, 2009

    car crankes but no fire to the spark plugs,it's been sitting for awhile but ran fine before.

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Whats the problem? be more specific.

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