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Old 11-02-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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Break/Stop!!!

About 3 days ago my 98 mustang turned off right after I got off of the freeway. It was working fine every day before that. When I pulled over I turned it back on and it turned on like a champ. But as soon as I put it in drive or reverse it shut right off. I need as many suggestions as I can get. Thanks.
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About 3 days ago my 98 mustang turned off right after I got off of the freeway. It was working fine every day before that. When I pulled over I turned it back on and it turned on like a champ. But as soon as I put it in drive or reverse it shut right off. I need as many suggestions as I can get. Thanks.
Is it an automatic?
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:30 PM   #3
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I had a similar problem. The question is do u blow a fuse. If so u might wanna check the harness by the egr thats where my problem lied.

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You also should check your idle air control valve. I had a bronco II that had the same problem. It was the IAC.
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I had a similar problem and it was the wires to the maf. Check the maf out
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Yes it is auto. I'll take a look at it today after work i stopped using it because it got worse... I'll let you guys know what I came up with thank you guys for the pics and suggestions. I'll get back to ya ASAP.
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Since its an auto it could also be your torque converter clutch not releasing. It would be like driving a stick and not pushing your clutch in when you stop. Do your brake lights operate.
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Since its an auto it could also be your torque converter clutch not releasing. It would be like driving a stick and not pushing your clutch in when you stop. Do your brake lights operate.
Yeah they work fine. I just got the Tranny rebuilt about 4 months ago.
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If you have any way to look at PIDS I would start there so you can actually look at what the TCC and all the other sensors are doing
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You also should check your idle air control valve. I had a bronco II that had the same problem. It was the IAC.
Well I had time to see what might have been the problem my mustang had a few days back and it turned out to be the idle control valve. I thank you primer2tone and everyone who replied to my problem good work guys.
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