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mistermnkim 04-17-2013 04:10 PM

2006 gt 4.6 stumble in 1st gear. HELP!!
 
Hi, I have a 2006 GT 4.6 5speed 355 gear. My engine has a full Mac exhaust, GT500 throttle body, cold air intake, power pullys, Detroit rocker cams, I bought the car like this and it runs and sounds great! I have never until recently ran it from a dead stop, when I nail it from a dead stop it has a bad cut out then right back on, hall ass after that with no misses in any other gear? The fuel pumps have been replace, I have part numbers I will post later, though it might be a fuel problem? I called the mustang shop that in stalled the cams and they think its because I need at least 373 to 411 gears. I just don't think that's it, when it hesitates the engine light flashes on and off? Im an old school hot rodder and if I could I would switch it over to a distributor and carb!! I love the unreal power this little 4.6 puts out but need help with the bad stumble, I do have a controller of some kind that came with the car, I will post its name brand and model later when I get home. Thanks for any help!!!!

waykooljr 04-17-2013 04:16 PM

Is this with traction control on or off?

mistermnkim 04-17-2013 04:28 PM

I didn't know it had attraction control!? where is it?

mistermnkim 04-17-2013 04:28 PM

traction, sorry lol

CMcNam 04-17-2013 05:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mistermnkim (Post 8195563)
I didn't know it had attraction control!? where is it?

It's the button next to the chick magnet. :icon_hijack:

Okay sorry I couldn't resist, I don't know the answer to your original question, but the traction control is the button that says "TCS" on the dashboard next to the hazard lights.


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