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Ford mustang 1998

When i get up to 35 or 40 miles per hour my car starts to feel like im drivin on like rocks. But its like bumpy for a second than clears up. what could it be

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  • Edward Wandall Jul 07, 2008

    i have the same exact problem. some people say it's the overdrive clicking on and off by itself. which it could be true because when i turn the overdrive off it doesn't do it anymore but then it seems like the motor is struggling with moving.

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My Mustang had the same issue, took it in and out of the shop because I couldn't figure it out. It turned out to be a failing TORQUE CONVERTER. They did a full transmission flush, and ran some sort of curing agent through it, and my problem was solved. I suggest trying it out!

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A slow oxygen sensor might also cause that problem. My mustang does it on back roads. Full throttle makes it stop, but it comes back when you go back to a normal throttle setting. Might be something to try.

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It probably is the overdrive turning on and off.

Knight Ryder, the reason that your enging is struggling is exactly because your overdrive is off. I'm not 100% sure on how it works, but I've experimented with it before and when your overdrive is off, your engine loses power.

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