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Old 10-02-2014, 07:21 PM   #1
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My buddy decided To Floor in in the Bullitt and rev the motor Then it Starting to Make Like This Hon Kinda sound after i gave some gas it went away now the check engine light is on


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My buddy decided To Floor in in the Bullitt and rev the motor Then it Starting to Make Like This Hon Kinda sound after i gave some gas it went away now the check engine light is on


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Very general post lol. Check the code n tell us what it says. A numerous amount if things could have gone wrong after putting a lot of stress on a old engine.


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Does the "horn" sound seem to be coming from the air intake?
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Possibly


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Probably the iac

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whats the code(s)
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Im pretty sure its an iac cause now shes starting to idle on her own upto 1100 and back down then around a minute later Back upto 1100


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Check to make sure a hose didn't pop off. Especially the ones going from the intake snorkel to the throttle body.
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No everythings conmected


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Mine did the same thing. The IAC becomes worn and the plunger begins to vibrate and creates a horn like sound.
The IAC will NOT trigger a CEL on these cars by itself though, so you will still need to scan for the code.
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Yeah im taking her ina few days for CEL IAC and smog i dont time for her rn so shes gettin beauty sleep


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Remember: Ford OEM part ONLY.... Just a few $$$ more but it will work.. Disconnect the battery for 15 minutes and then reconnect so it will re-calibrate with the new part. Not usually needed but sometimes...... You know the drill..

straybullitt is correct, it makes a howling noise when it dies.
Kind of weird in fact.
That's what mine did but for me it was a bad electrical connector.
It was on, off, on, off,on off...etc... Really weird.
Same idea though
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