Question about Ford Mustang
Could be the fuel pump. Could be a clogged fuel filter. If the car has a carburator, you might want to check for a vacuum leak around the carb. You'll be able to hear a loud sucking noise when the car is idling. You can take a can of carb cleaner and spray it around the sides of the carb and the base, but not directly into it, and if the idle changes when you do that, you will have found the leak.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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