Question about Ford Mustang
This could be caused by a number of things. I would recommend that you have a diagnostic ran on the car, this will save you time and money repairing it. There is a way that you can cycle the ignition key on and off, and it will give you the codes by flashing the check engine light, and you then have to decipher the codes. It is more than likely a faulty O2, cam, or crankshaft sensor causing this to happen.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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