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95 gt stumbles at steady rpm

Car is completely stock. 5.0, as it cruises at 55 mph it will occaisionally stumble. feels like fuel or ignition. ran some lucas through the fuel. it was no help. cap rotor plugs and wires are fairly fresh, no check engine light.

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  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    my 95 gt back fired through intake when reved up repedivly no big deal needs tune up then 24hrs later this ***** dies going down hwy but starts on fly in nawtreul 3hrs later its great so i changed feul filter ,its possible i put in bacck wards. Usee i left out the drive car ran great 3miles later about a mile or to down i-40 im gittenit it starta citting out and lossing massive power untill 1/4 mile later barley moving and then dead.so it restarts runninlike **** got to the next ramp 50 miles later just running got off made station parking lot and started one more time but it sounded likr indeasel ,ive changed coil i cecked top dead center on pistone to rooter bug ,i turned the fuel pump around twice ive check under the hood cluster under dash tree times all fuses good idont know three under the relays black square it doesnot say under my cover is trer such thing as locking air in the ijecktor i checked fuel pressure on rail theres 15orso psi thats it

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Check egr for carbon build up if it sticks will cause engine to stumble.idle air control will also cause problems of same manner.gaskets are cheap autozone has them.

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