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1994 mustang gt cuts out

I have a 1994 mustang gt 5.0L 302, my car will cut out while driving in all gears at all rpms and when i push the clutch in it will rev itself to over 2k rpms and wont drop till i tap the throttle then when it drops it will only drop to 1500 then will drop to normal when i am stopped idling for 15-20 seconds.and it idles normal when first started but then will idle down and soung kind of like it has an aftermarket cam but then will idle down and almost die then pick itself back up.

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  • Kristie steiger May 11, 2010

    Is this an automatic or standard ?
    Have you checked for any vacuum leaks?

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Have you been tuning it? look for the vacuum hose you knocked off.

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