Question about 2005 Ford Mustang GT
Emissions control light is on. Previous diagnosis indicated cam shaft position sensor, replaced cam shaft position sensor, cleared codes, light comes on again, the code reads cam shaft position again as well as engine running lean. Kwik Kar cleared those codes and recommended to switch to premium fuel and fuel injector cleaner additive in fuel. EC light comes on again. What in the world could be our problem? The engine idles rough when the car is sitting at a light or stopped in traffic. It feels like it misses when we are driving on the highway. What kind of trouble am I in and what possible solutions does anyone have to suggest?
SORRY, I ALWAYS JUST PUT BLACK ELECTRICAL TAPE OVER THEM...NO EMISSIONS WHERE I LIVE
Posted on Apr 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I recommend getting a repair manual from an auto store for your vehicle. They run $15 to $20. It will tell you exactly how to do everything you asked and also give you the values that should be expected. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
SOURCE: Emission light
map sensor. check your spark plugs, wires, etc. maybe a loose wire plug. did u mention check engine light, i wonder can you tell me what diagnostic code came up. go to ur nearest auto parts if u dont have a scanner. and pull them codes out.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I had a similar problem in a 1994 Taurus, and after spending nearly 300$ on ignition parts, it turns out the problem was a bad spark plug wire that cost me 8.88$ to replace.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
Testimonial: "n.o. 1 spark plug wire it is. thank you"
the input to the sensor must also be checked. this link provides some diagnostic procedures. diagnosis for camshaft and crankshaft sensors are similar, as stated in the article.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
SOURCE: Engine running rough at
First, make sure the gas cap is on tight(turn till it clicks) next, check for broken or disconnected
vacum lines around the top of the engine and intake manifold area. also check the vacum lines
to the purge canister and make sure there is no blockage in the lines. If the canister is bad the
charcoal filter material can get sucked into vac. lines and cause the no flow problem. Also check
the elec. connections for the purge valve(in vac.line from can. to intake manifold) and the vent
solenoid at the canister. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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