Question about 2008 Ford Mustang
it sounds like a bad earth conection, check the battery leads and ensure the black earth wire has a good tight conatct to the battery and also a good tight connection to the car body, if the wire is loose then when driving will touch on and off hence the fault.
The earth lead also go's to your starter motor and another to the cars gearbox ensure all have a good metal conatct and are tight, not rusty etc also this can be a difficult fault to find at times the wires can corode where you cant see so be
thorough when checking the wires.
Hope this helps, its the most common thing on fords bad earth connections. may take you some time to locate but im pretty sure thats the cause.
If you need any more help please email me and I will get back to you.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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