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Old 08-08-2013, 08:04 PM   #71
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Where's the iac on this beast?
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Where's the iac on this beast?
If it has it, not sure on the 4v. Check by the throttle body. Should be hooked up to it. It's that way on my 2v anyway. Post up a pic of under the hood
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This is nothing major, go to Auto zone and get the code read for free.
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Def take it and just have the codes read.
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Old 08-08-2013, 08:33 PM   #76
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Ok ill do that.
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Yup, and there is a hose that runs from your intake to that.

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Seems to be pretty common when I searched it. Just like on all mustangs
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Ok, I tried to post a link to a thread. It didn't work for some reason. U can search it on here. Sounds a lot like ur problem. If not, look for vacuum leaks.
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Seems to be only after I get on it. Did a rolling burnout (private street of course) and right after threw it in neutral and in cut off. Bump started it back on. Kind of getting me worried.
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Seems to be only after I get on it. Did a rolling burnout (private street of course) and right after threw it in neutral and in cut off. Bump started it back on. Kind of getting me worried.
Hanging idle, cut offs, that is the sign of the IAC. Take it off, spray it out real good with carb/choke cleaner. Let it dry and remount it. See if that helps
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Does it run fine while u r accelerating?

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Hanging idle, cut offs, that is the sign of the IAC. Take it off, spray it out real good with carb/choke cleaner. Let it dry and remount it. See if that helps
This^. If u do this, check for vacuum leaks and then have codes read. If the IAC needs replaced, make sure u get a new gasket.
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Does it run fine while u r accelerating?

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This^. If u do this, check for vacuum leaks and then have codes read. If the IAC needs replaced, make sure u get a new gasket.
Runs like a top accelerating. 60 comes and goes quick!
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Yep. All the signs of IAC.

U can clean this brother and see if it works. If it don't, don't be alarmed. It could still be iac. It might have to be changed.
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Ill clean it tomorrow and post an update.
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:34 PM   #86
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Where to find comp orange caliper paint?
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:43 PM   #87
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Don't do that to your calipers that's rice.

And don't bump start your car either.
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What color then? Idt red would look good with orange.
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What color then? Idt red would look good with orange.
He's basically saying don't do it at all lol
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Two are grey and two are black. Gotta do it.
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You sure it's not brake dust?
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Old 08-08-2013, 10:29 PM   #92
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Black would look better but cast caliper and black bracket are stock.

Just saying on your car the orange would look whack.

Love the car, nice pick up!

Post up some pics, calipers too, let us have a look see at the two different colors.
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Ill post tons of pics tomorrow.
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First mods you should get


1. Exhaust
2. Short throw shifter
3. Springs

That's what I did and I love my mach 1 man..

I did
HD struts/shocks
Upper & lower control arms
H&R super sport springs
Took off my quad shocks
And about to order subframe connectors
My ride is pretty smooth

I heard march water pump and crank pulleys really help us out , our alternator pulley is already a light weight pulley so don't worry about that
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The sun is out where's your pics?
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First mods you should get

1. Exhaust
2. Short throw shifter
3. Springs

That's what I did and I love my mach 1 man..

I did
HD struts/shocks
Upper & lower control arms
H&R super sport springs
Took off my quad shocks
And about to order subframe connectors
My ride is pretty smooth

I heard march water pump and crank pulleys really help us out , our alternator pulley is already a light weight pulley so don't worry about that
Already has LTs, magnaflow catback. Looks like it has high flow cats. And has a short throw already. Still need to do some exploring to see what else she's got. Pics coming soon
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Looks awesome man, congrats on the purchase!
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hey man, wanna trade? lol nice car bro. I just wish I had more Mach 1s in my area.
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Got it from silver state imports.

Got an issue with it now. Going down the road and putting the clutch in to come to a stop, it'll stay around 1300 rpms. After getting off the highway, it'll rev low with the clutch in, and almost cut off. After getting on it and slowing down (clutch in) it cut off on me. I started it back up and the fuel like came on and read empty on the gauge (has half a tank) what could be the issue?
I had a similar issue with my Mach. Tried cleaning iac, didn't work. Replaced iac, nada. Turned out I had a lazy o2 sensor, which would jack up my fuel trims. When coming to a stop after spirited driving, slowing down to eventually stop, my fuel trims would go to total fuel cut off, like -20, and not bounce back up like they should and the car would stall out. It would start back up just fine. Replaced the 2 upstream o2 sensors...no more issues
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I had a similar issue with my Mach. Tried cleaning iac, didn't work. Replaced iac, nada. Turned out I had a lazy o2 sensor, which would jack up my fuel trims. When coming to a stop after spirited driving, slowing down to eventually stop, my fuel trims would go to total fuel cut off, like -20, and not bounce back up like they should and the car would stall out. It would start back up just fine. Replaced the 2 upstream o2 sensors...no more issues
Electrical gremlins are always the worst, I hate them. He should try the IAC for sure and then do the upstream O2s. Densos from Rockauto are just fine for replacement O2 sensors vs paying out your anus for the Ford ones or even another brand from a local box store.
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First mods you should get

1. Exhaust
2. Short throw shifter
3. Springs

That's what I did and I love my mach 1 man..

I did
HD struts/shocks
Upper & lower control arms
H&R super sport springs
Took off my quad shocks
And about to order subframe connectors
My ride is pretty smooth

I heard march water pump and crank pulleys really help us out , our alternator pulley is already a light weight pulley so don't worry about that
What's the benefit of taking the quad shocks off?
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I was just going to say you got a junk those rims and go with Doe or Slos wheels.
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