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Old 11-26-2011, 09:33 PM   #1
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My mustang seemed like the tranny was bad but the air intake sensor was unplugged and it caused too much fuel to go into the first cylinder and blew the spark plug so the cylinder wasn't working and causing the computer to not know when to shift the tranny! I couldn't believe how easy of a fix it was but ecstatic to drive my car. I put 70 miles on today and no issues at all! It brought happy tears to my eyes cus I was so happy to be able to drive it again
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Nice! Sometimes we forget the small things
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Old 11-26-2011, 09:47 PM   #3
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I left it sit for a month because I thought it was something major but I'm sooooo happy to have my dream car back on the road!
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Very cool! Too bad you put it off a month... but now you appreciate it even more... lol
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Yes I do today it got a bath and a new battery and it's perfect
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