Question about 1994 Ford Mustang
The first help I can give you is to tell you to never tke it to the shop that tuned it up for you. Not that they made a mistake, I own a shop and things happen but the fact that they aren't correcting the problem is what would gets me. Since they replaced the ignition wires, you might want to check your firing order. I gave you below a picture of where each spark plug wires should go on the distributer cap. Double check that they put them on correctly. This is where I would start but it could be many other things but this would be the most common in my opinion. I hope this is it for your sake and good luck.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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