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Old 07-02-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default Spark knock, no power.

Ok, so I have a 2007 Mustang Gt.

Mods: Hot Rod Cams, Pacesetter Long Tubes, JLT CAI (110mm)

I have a SCT canned tune, but I doubt that's the problem as it was fine before.

The car used to run fine, then one day the o2 sensor went out, I made some extensions and got one a little too short(still connected fine, just a little tight), so I'm thinking that it may have pulled out or something and causing the issue. However, there is no check engine light?

What are some other things to check for? I have replaced plugs & fuel filter.

Could it be bad Coil on Plugs?

I sodered my connections on the O2s.

When I am driving, it just feels like it has no power, and when I shift gears into like third it will spark knock for a second. Sometimes I hit the gas (moderate throttle) and i can feel it actually stop making power, like I am hitting the brake.

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Old 07-02-2013, 09:06 AM   #2
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Forgot to mention, it skips a little too when It is not warmed up.... overall just running horribly.
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Old 07-02-2013, 09:29 AM   #3
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Maybe fuel pump or you got some bad gas.
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^ No bad gas, been happening too long and I get gas from all around. How can I check fuel pump, I though about that too.
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Check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail.
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A data log by a good tuner will tell you if the O2s are working. If you have aftermarket coils, go back to stock. I would diagnose the problem to a particular spot before buying or throwing parts at it.
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Any engine codes?
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SCT canned tune can compensate for Hot Rod Cams, Pacesetter Long Tubes, JLT CAI (110mm)??

I always thought the generic preloaded tunes were only good for stock cars.
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Check for vacuum leaks in the air intake system, unmetered air might be causing the pinging. If your handheld tuner allows, you can remove some timing until you determine the issue.
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Today I drove the car and it is still acting up. After idle at a stop light and take off it pops through the intake, any suggestions
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