Question about 1991 Ford Mustang
You do not know what you are doing and causing more problems than enough ,call a local mechanic and ask them to have a look for you ,leave the timing alone till someone who knows what their doing does it for you ,timing cannot SLIP so get professional help because running low on fuel and clogging up a filter is a cows dung reason for your problem ,this is an american home market build vehicle so it differs greatly for this year as to the emmision controls used compared to a europeon model and as such its complicated even for a old vehicle ,get a professional on it
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
Reset your timing. Hopefully your timing didn't jump which is possible even with a chain. The chain guides can wear or break causing slack in the chain which can allow it to slip. Double check your firing order before doing your timing.
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Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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