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i just bought one today and it didnt solve the problem but when i run a wire from the fuse and just in front of the inertia switch the car starts up and runs i dont know what is the problem with the car
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88 gt with 89 motor and ecu ,cobra clutch with adjustable cable,shortshifter,aftermarket pullys,edlebrock 65mm throttle body,offroad h pipe no cats,flowmasters,aftermarket filter (bolted to maf)
89 gt with pullys,k&n style intake,full exhaust flowmasters o/r h pipe mac 50 state legal headers, lca's,lowering springs kyb shocks,1 bbk subframe,3.73 gears,some weight removed,
its not when the mustang is loud that you need to worry about , when it goes quiet then you should worry
i took the car to a guy who's a auto electrician and i found out the problem and i kind of knew it. the fuel pump wire was burned out he fixed it for 150 i just have to pick the car up hope this will help others with the problem
i have a 1995 ford mustang gt 5.0 l. the problem i am having is car will not crank when key is tuned on the check engine light blinks and rpm gauge jumps,the fan comes on as soon as key is turned on and fuel pumps steady runs and the POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE makes noise when keys is on and i can't do a code scan it keeps telling me it cant connect .
can someone please help me i changed the powertrain control module and it didnt help.the belt on car broke and was replace it cranked up and ran for like 30 seconds then shut off and would'nt crank again.
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