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Skipping i have a 1993 mustang lx. one day i was driveing it. untill it stared to skip and the check engine light came on. i parked it and did not get in it untill the next day. when i got in it. it started to raddel real bad. the stiring wheel shaked vilotele. and it stared to skip bad. so im going down the road. and it has a little power and it would backfire. so i put my foot all the way down to the floor borad and nothing untill all of a sudden it shot like a speeding bullet. but when i got to a stop. it was a diffrent story. it had a realy bad skip and shakeing bad. so i change the sparkplugs got 2 new coolpacks and fule cleaning salution nothing. so someone said that it mite be the computer. got one and the check enging light dose not come on but it still skippes not viloteley but it skips. o yeah my engine is a 4 cylinder. please help. out of a car for 5 weeks now.AHHHH!!!!!

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When was the last time you had the timing belt checked and or replaced? That should happen at least every 60k to 70k miles. It sounds like your timing belt has stretched or jumped timing.

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