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95 mustang gt cutting out

In the morning the car acts like it wants to choke out when you hit the gas and it sounds like it has a misfire. i gave it a tune up and it still acts up and i dont know why it acts like that. the owner before me said they put a bigger cam in it and im not for sure if it does have one in it. can you please help me out

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Cam has nothing to do about the car idleing check your emitions fuel lines and fuel injectors or recheck ur spark pluges ur wires and igniton

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I have a bigger cam and my car seems to do that too i think than from the cam the car has problems with air-fuel ratio especially if it hasn't been tuned properly and that my cause probs with you injectors i run some marvel mystery oil in my car every once in a while and it seems to clear up a bit.

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Try cleaning out your MAF sensor and your tps sensor with throttle body cleaner

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