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I just bought a 65 Mustang convertible, that had been sitting for 10 years. 74K miles, automatic. The gas tank was shot and the fuel line , so I replaced them both. Then I did the plugs and wires. Then I took the 2 barrel apart and cleaned the junk out, and Changed the inline filter. Then I got brave and tried to start it...much to my delight it did start..but ran poorly. So I went back to the carb and found more crap in it..Started it again and it definitely runs better, but still not right. Under load it seems to struggle..still a fuel problem?
Should I replace the fuel pump?
Any ideas would be appreciated..thanks
Hello! i have an opertunity to get a white 2005 mustang v6 4.0 liter car with 93,000 miles on it for around 6000 dollars and was wondering what i should be looking for regarding problems with this car. thanks
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