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Old 06-12-2013, 12:09 PM   #1
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Ok I just picked up a 95 mustang it'll turn over but the whole fuel systems shut down I checked all the fuses they seem to be good hot wired the fuel pump (only way itd work) got fuel all the way up to the fuel rail but it still acts like its not getting fuel the only way it'll run is if I squirt some gas in the throttle body it'll run for a few sec any advice?
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What do you mean by hot wiring your fuel pump that is the only way it will work? Cause it kinda sounds like that is your problem them in the fuel pump.
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Ok I just picked up a 95 mustang it'll turn over but the whole fuel systems shut down I checked all the fuses they seem to be good hot wired the fuel pump (only way itd work) got fuel all the way up to the fuel rail but it still acts like its not getting fuel the only way it'll run is if I squirt some gas in the throttle body it'll run for a few sec any advice?
Had the same problem with my fox when I did the 306 swap an I used my buddys computer that he had for the set up for the 306 that i bought off him and when I got it all in had that problem an it turned out to be the ECU was done lol put my stock a9l back in an it fired right up
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:45 PM   #5
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Here what she looked like inside the one with the T on the motherboard is a stock a9l that worked fine
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Inertia switch maybe? Idk about the 95 but I know the 93 has one an if it's tripped the fuel pump and a few other eec functions won't work as well. That or fuel pressure regulator would be a second place to look. Just kinda throwing out ideas doesn't sound very much like either of my ideas.
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:32 PM   #7
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Clogged fuel filter or bad fuel pump?
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