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Hey my mustang when i punch it while im moving it kicks down but dont seem like its going very fast it a 3.8

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  • ctcinwv Feb 04, 2010

    its a 2001 mustang it runs good it goes when i punch it i just thought it would go faster is that year and that car a good car do they last a lond time

  • Joshua Haas May 11, 2010

    well i need more info, did it just happen all of the sudden or slowly over time, and what if anything did you do to it before and after the problem came about. i would also like the year. but my first guess would be a head gasket, but thats cause they are famous for that.

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Oh yeah thats a good car, and you wont get the power you would from a V8 of course, but the 3.8L V6 did have a problem with head gaskets. but you wont have t worry about that if its running good.

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