Question about 2002 Ford Mustang
Recently got in an accident and ran over a spare tire with rim on the freeway going about 70mph. took my mustang to repair shop and got it back to find out that it would not go faster than 50-60 mph and the traction light goes on. any ideas as to what may be the problem? other than the sorry *** mechanic?
A wheel sensor on the side that hit, has had a cable cut or is smashed
not a solution, a suggestion,
a broken or cut cable on the sensor would suggest to the computer that the wheel is locked, no movement, a skid
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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