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Old 08-01-2013, 05:24 PM   #1
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My GT won't start I put my foot on the break and turn the key and it won't start it's not in gear the guy at the dealership started it idk what he did 😕
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... Clutch!?!


Possible troll...
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Lol idk if you're serious or not? Put clucth in and have it in neutral
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Agreed? Lol idk what else to say...
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Old 08-01-2013, 05:32 PM   #5
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Thanks guys that worked! Sorry if it was a stupid question it's my first manual car
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Pull to neutral, release park brake, and push it to Tennessee. Ur man privileges are now removed. We voted.

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Holy crap! I seriously thought u were playin. There are threads on here for how to work that thing (clutch). Turn car off and read threads lol.
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Old 08-01-2013, 05:35 PM   #7
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HAHAHA! So funny...
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So you've never driven a manual car before? Order a new clutch when you can. Ease the foot of the clucth and give it a little gas. Good luck driving it. I would just say to have someone with experience teach you how
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HAHAHA! So funny...
Didn't mean that mean brother. We r here to help. Any questions. Just ask. I seriously thought u were playin.
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Thanks bro
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So you've never driven a manual car before? Order a new clutch when you can. Ease the foot of the clucth and give it a little gas. Good luck driving it. I would just say to have someone with experience teach you how
Just like he said, find somewhere level and start out slow. Try letting out on the clutch slow and let it get the car started moving. It'll have enough power in first that u won't need the gas if u let out slow enough. Do that a few times from a stop then mash the clutch, let off the gas (keeping the clutch mashed in) and pull to second. Then let out the clutch and barely mash the gas. After u do it for a couple weeks, u will be a pro. After u get good in the level, find an unpopulated area with a hill.
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Glad it's working out man, wasn't sure if serious... Thought u were playing lol. We all learn sometime! Lucky u there is a hill assist on these newer stangs, hope u have it! If not use e-break to stop roll back on hills and release after clutch is engaged. Good luck!
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Still think this guy is a troll.
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Still think this guy is a troll.
Agreed. FatPony is a complete Troll.
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Old 08-02-2013, 01:30 AM   #15
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I just joined this to get some help and some laughs with other fellow mustang owners but I guess ill delete this if I'm a troll thanks for the help and laughs guys it was nice connecting with other pony owners good luck in the future and safe driving to all of you! Thanks again.
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Don't take it all personal FP. Some of your stuff is actually pretty funny. You just need to work on your material a bit. It will get old fast here. And I actually agree with you, somewhat, on the single exhaust... FOR A TRUCK. Just tone it down.
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I just joined this to get some help and some laughs with other fellow mustang owners but I guess ill delete this if I'm a troll thanks for the help and laughs guys it was nice connecting with other pony owners good luck in the future and safe driving to all of you! Thanks again.
The only reason I think that is because most of the threads I've seen you in you post some random comment that makes no sense and does not relate at all. If you really aren't a troll then just tone it down. There is a difference between having 0 knowledge of cars, or 0 common sense, and messing around.
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He was trying to convince somone to go with a single exhuast conversion in another thread.... Lol.
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My thoughts are, if u don't know, don't post. If u wanna know and have a question about the subject matter that is posted specific to a thread then ask ur question. DON'T post information that isn't accurate or helpful. If u wanna just "shoot the bull" we have threads for that, do it there. Some of these guys are very serious about their cars and don't do well with misinformation or questionable posts.

I'm just trying to help u out. If u seriously want to be part if this forum, be respectful to these guys. It's not Facebook. We try not to spout lies or create drama.
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My thoughts are, if u don't know, don't post. If u wanna know and have a question about the subject matter that is posted specific to a thread then ask ur question. DON'T post information that isn't accurate or helpful. If u wanna just "shoot the bull" we have threads for that, do it there. Some of these guys are very serious about their cars and don't do well with misinformation or questionable posts.

I'm just trying to help u out. If u seriously want to be part if this forum, be respectful to these guys. It's not Facebook. We try not to spout lies or create drama.
Was that directed at me?
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Nope lol. Fat pony. The guy we r all takin about.
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Was that directed at me?
Beautiful car btw. Post is up some pics of that beast!
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