Question about 1996 Ford Mustang
Since it sounds like you also carried over the OBD2 connector, do you have access to an OBD2 scan tool with datastream mode? If so, you should be able to monitor various sensors to see if that offers a clue as to why it stalls. When it just spins over have you checked for spark, fuel, and injector pulse width?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 87 ford
the ecu is located on the passenger side under the dash along the kick panel.the connector for the ecu is under the hood on the same side and it is held to the ecu that sticks out a little with a single bolt.this system used an 90 wire plug,and is bolted to the firewall with 2 bolts.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Considering the regulator has no effect on starting lets save that for later. You are surely getting too much fuel. Try unplugging the TPS (hot, cold, and startup). The computer will substitute a default value and you will notice a difference if it's as bad as you say.
Posted on Aug 30, 2011
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