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Old 04-09-2011, 01:25 AM   #1
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Problem! Help please!

I have a 1995 mustang gt and it has the current problem of turning on and turning off right away, without the gas held down.

Anyone have this problem before? TIA
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I have a 1995 mustang gt and it has the current problem of turning on and turning off right away, without the gas held down.

Anyone have this problem before? TIA
Be a little more specific. Does it start and then die? Was anything done to it lately?
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Old 04-09-2011, 12:29 PM   #3
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X2 on what he said. Could be alot of things. My dd did that, as soon as I cranked it it would run about two seconds and die, it was the iac was disconnected by the throttle body
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To be more specific, I turn it on then it shuts off right away. Weird though started fine this morning. : /
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Also full exhaust new o2 sensors and a cai.
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Also full exhaust new o2 sensors and a cai.
Mass air flow sensor may be backwards or unplugged. Mass airflow sensor will do that. Leak after the MAF will do it too.
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The MAF is ok, I may have a leak around my IAT sensor. So I am looking into that.
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Re: Problem! Help please!

Does your CAI require you to the oil filter? If so, have you cleaned the MAF since oiling your filter?
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With throttle body cleaner.
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With throttle body cleaner.
Electronic cleaner is best. Tb/carb cleaners tend to have silicone in them to lube the moving parts leaving a residue behind.
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Sounds good iv never cleaned maf. I cleanses iac with throttle body cleaner but I'll stick with electrical cleaner for that kinda stuff
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