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1995 Mustang Gt hesitates during acceleration w/the occasional backfire, check engine light comes on and off. Replaced spark plugs/wires, dist.cap, rotor, ignition coil, and checked timing. Thinking maybe the stator went back or O2 sensor/s might be bad.

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It sounds like it might be runnig lean on fuel. How old is the fuel filter. Lack of fuel will cause this. Ford needs about 40 psi of pressure to run well. So it runs a lot of fuel thru the filter. It should be changed at least every 30,000 ?

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