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97Gt mustang bogs at 4000 rpm no power after 4000 runs not missing but just feel like it won't go does it when the car warms up from a cold run does not do it after 10 minutes it starts to to it c

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  • kalisdad95 Feb 25, 2012

    Will try in the morning thank you for responding will let you know the results.

  • kalisdad95 Feb 25, 2012

    Nope still does it I guess I'll be taking it to the ford dealer ship

  • kalisdad95 Apr 30, 2012

    Finally found problem gas tank rusting out killed fuel pump and filter at 3500 it had 5 lbs of pressure thank for all the insight

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Sounds like you have the famous cam position failure.Dont rely on a code it wont give you any By the way does the idle roll and surge ? Then its definately your cam postion sensor

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  • kalisdad95 Feb 24, 2012

    Roll and surge? Its not to bad but I can feel it bump a little when idling and here a small kind of like pop in the exhaust at idle once and a while does this sound like it I had a code that came up sharpshooter purge valve mechanical fault that detected a fuel tank pressure change greater than a minus7inches of h20 with a purge less than.02 lbs per minute have no clue what that means purchased a purge valve still did the same thing

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    Reynaldo Andico Feb 25, 2012

    Purge valve that all for refueling. If its minus 7 you got a leak could be gas cap or the fill pipe. Your cam positioning sensor are famous for problems stall at idle . rough idle weird misfire ect.

  • kalisdad95 Feb 25, 2012

    How about this been outside all evening let the car run get warm take down road in first gear punch it at about 3000 rpm will spin the tires off all the way to red line drive about 3 minutes down the road turn around do same thing at 3000 feels like somethings holding it back like I got a trailer loaded down attached to the back get back in drive way let sit a few minutes drive down road again spin tires drive three more miles turn around does same thing got back home held throttle at 3000 rpms checked under neath to look at cats to see if they were glowing or any thing nothing. Immediately drive down the road repeated process died almost all the way @ 3000 just bogged down completely seems to do it when hot any idea cause I don't . Oh by the way thanks for your response I appreciate your help.

  • Reynaldo Andico
    Reynaldo Andico Feb 25, 2012

    3000 RPM and holding,Let do this remove 02 sensor from both banks and dont disconnect the wire terminal you will get a misfire code if you do.With the 02 out do your test again if it doesnt bog or want to die and it improves the catalytic is plugged.

  • kalisdad95 Feb 25, 2012

    This car has four I
    02 sensors two before the cats and two after which two bank should I try the ones before I thu ink the ones after are for india I one or all of them

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SOURCE: car was sluggish and now engine light is on van

Hi and welcome to FixYa!

I do suspect that you have a faulty MAF (mass air flow) sensor or bad TPS (throttle position sensor). If the car run sluggish it can be a fault of these two parts. If that's the case it will surely need replacement.

As a first course of action, I strongly suggest that you take the car in to a reputable mechanic and have an engine scan. During the diagnostic it will list the trouble codes and by then you'll know what part needs replacement. It's wiser this way than guessing.

Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

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