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Going to try the ignition switch. Then up for ideas again. Friend looked at my car and thought that could be bad. Said while hot something could be expanding and im loosing spark. Since everything else has been replaced. I'll check it out. I'll let everyone know what I find out.
Vehicle: 05 Roush Sold 69 FB a work in progress. 95 GT
Location: The Great North East
I have never had an IS do that.
Loose and not trip starter solenoid, Yes, Lose spark no.
Inferior coil wire yes!!! Have found that twice! chased one for a month
Bad plug wires, Yes
OEM or better!
2005 Roush Sport,SOLD
1969 Rust Back, Frame up Resto in progress. 351W, Worked C4, 9" BBK so far
1995 Saphire Blue GT, 5.0 stroker, Trick flow Heads, Intake, Cam,BBK 75mm TB, BBK EX
tr3550, Spec STG2, Eibach, Cobra brakes.
I had my ignition switch fail while running on my 85. The actual switch down on the column was bad and wouldn't stay in the koer position if i hit a bump. It was a t5 so i could just bump the key forward a little to fire it back up. Fouled my plugs a lot before I changed it.
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