Question about 1998 Ford Mustang
Misfire when cold ,is easier to work on ,than one you get
only hot & every 3 weeks for no reason.
Do you have any PO301 thru PO 306 or 8 codes?
Do you have COP Coils or ignition wires?
Check for vacuum leaks,entire vehicle,yes the evap &
exhaust as well.
Are the spark plugs more than 3 years old
Clean MAF Sensor
Back Prob the TPS Sensor
Test-do not throw parts at it
If you can arrange the use of a professional scan tool
go for a test driv ein Mode #06 & look at cylinder misfire
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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