Question about 1994 Mitsubishi Montero
Engine miss as though the firing order is wrong, but is not. #3 and #4 cyl are not firing. swapped the coil, same results. Module mounted on top of the engine possible cause?
Any suggestions appreciated.
Please try checking the contiunity of the ignition cable (spark plug cable) and the spark plug itself, if ok check the distribution cap and rotor for the contacts, good luck
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