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2000 ford mustang will not start now after blowing radiator hose. with hazzard lost all power. after fixing the problem it will not start. makes a strange noise from somewhere not sure where please help. thanks

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Is the noise comming from the passenger side front along the wheel well area? kind of like a motor making some odd nosies if so i would suggest putting the car on a hand held computer and see if the code P1414 comes back if so your secondary air pump is shot and needs to be replaced its a common problem with ford mustangs

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Not sure about thenoise but sounds like antifreeze got inot your altinator,had that happen to mew one time just an experienced guesss-z

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