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My 1995 ford mustang gt is running sluggish. I have cold air coming out one exhaust pipe and hot air coming out the other pipe. What is the problem?

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Could be a crack in your head gasket. This could cause one or more of your pistons to stop firing making it not as hot as the other tail pipe. check for fluids coming out of your engine block. Hope this helps

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