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Old 08-25-2013, 07:59 PM   #1
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Miss firing

On my 99 v6 mustang the 2nd cylinder is not firing I've took it to autozone and they didn't know I've changed just the spark plug but not the wire yet it isn't the coilpack I've recently change the belt tensioner and the belt.
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Might ne the wire that's not working. That's all i can think of
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I'm with Sam. Once u change the wire and eliminate it being the issue, u can move on from there.
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Alright guys thanks that's what I'm doing tomorrow appreciate it.
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I had a friend of mine look at it work today who works on race cars and he found a melted spot on the wire so I'm positive now that it's the wire. Hoping anyway
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I had a friend of mine look at it work today who works on race cars and he found a melted spot on the wire so I'm positive now that it's the wire. Hoping anyway
Relatively cheap fix. If you can get the wire itself. And check the wire, it might be hitting the engine someplace.
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