Question about Ford Mustang
If your car stalls when the engine is hot the only reason for the problem is an occurrence of vapor lock. Vapor lock is the boiling of gas before it gets into the car engine, this boiling happens when the engine is extremely hot. When a gas boils an air bubbles is causing the air/fuel mixture to be too lean, whereby the amount of air is more than the amount of gasoline, in this kind of scenario an engine will stalls. The car sits and starts right back up. You have a cooling problem. thermostat might be stuck shut. I would change thermostat, flush radiator and put in new anti freeze. This should solve your problem.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
You either have a cracked block, blown head gasket, or intake manifold gasket leaking coolant into the engine oil. You have bad problems.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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