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My 1986 Mustang Gt starts up fine... sputters a little when i put it in reverse and when im driving it... it will sputter a little bit like a huff and puff.. does this sometimes when i'm idle.. but the car won't stall and it's not like the car is idling very hard... is it my spark plugs or the wires?

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Plugs and wires are a good start, if they haven't been replaced for a while. I would change the fuel filter and check the air filter. The fuel filter is often overlooked. The ones I change, you wouldn't believe the dirt that's in them.

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