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Old 05-01-2011, 06:16 PM   #1
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Hey everyone I'm having a bit problem with my stang annoying really. Whenever I come to a corner and make a right turn without completely stopping it will lag on the turn it will just rev until it finally picks up and takes off. Also I can only burnout with my rear right wheel can this be related thanks
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I had the same prolem! And my mechanic told me how to fixt it!! Its real simple i did it and it worked!! Remove the throtle and get a tooth brush then go to auto zone or any other store and get a bottle of engine degreaser! When u removed the trhotle u r going o notice that theres alot of junk like black stuff spray it and brush it off!!! U r going to feel the diferrence
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Throttle lag seems to be typical in the V6 but maybe not as much as you are having. As far as the one wheel peel, that is perfectly normal because these cars don't have positive traction.
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I had the same prolem! And my mechanic told me how to fixt it!! Its real simple i did it and it worked!! Remove the throtle and get a tooth brush then go to auto zone or any other store and get a bottle of engine degreaser! When u removed the trhotle u r going o notice that theres alot of junk like black stuff spray it and brush it off!!! U r going to feel the diferrence
Do you by any chance have a step by step directions on how to fix it. How do I remove the throttle? Thanks again I found out about the one wheel burnout I need limited slip differentials and some new gears wouldn't hurt either
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