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Car turns off for some reason

I have a 1984 ford mustang, that keeps turning off. I have replaced fuel pump, alternator, battery, spark plugs, starter, distributor, roter, car runs for a little while and will just turn off.

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  • ashlander Jan 05, 2009

    Mine is doing the same thing, ussually happens when im stopping.

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Check the ignition module...it is located on steering column. you will be able to tell if it is bad as it will be separated and if you push it back together it will start.

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