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2003 3.8L MUSTANG HAS LOW POWER THROUGH FIRST TWO GEARS, IN THIRD WILL START TO PICK UP POWER

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Well i think it could be a fuel injection problem ... might try to run a fuel cleaner in your tank think it is called lucas or k44

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Help my 2003 mustang first the tailights went out with the dash, but headlights were working fine. now today my car is stuck and wont change gears..


When I had transmission probs. A speed sensor went on my tranny.
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The mechanic should check on the gears form N, R, P, 1st gear, second, third gear of the transmission . you also have to check the oil seals of the gears of the transmission.Don't forget to check also the shift level and the shift fork of the transmission.check the said gears ,the shift fork ,the shift level and the oil seals if they are worn out or destroyed you should replace them.Most of the time if the engine spudders when changing in gears it means that there is a problem in the oil seals of the transmission gears . Don't forget to check also the transmission bearing to be sure. Because it is spuddering .

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