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Old 09-10-2016, 01:07 PM   #36
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Yes. It is the same injector.
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I'm not totally sure that is your problem, but you have definitely found a vacuum leak!

Replace the failed O-ring, and the cracked pintle cap, and see if it eliminates the stalling problem.

I did swap out that injector from my brothers 01 Bullitt. I compared the two. They have the same part #. I could be wrong. Now I'm starting to think it's the fuel relay.


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You're getting closer. That is a positive.
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I'm not totally sure that is your problem, but you have definitely found a vacuum leak!

Replace the failed O-ring, and the cracked pintle cap, and see if it eliminates the stalling problem.

I did swap out that injector from my brothers 01 Bullitt. I compared the two. They have the same part #. I could be wrong. Now I'm starting to think it's the fuel relay.


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Sorry for the double post. I'll check the relay next weekend. I was reading up that i have to remove the fender? Does that sound right?


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You need to remove the passenger side inner fender to access the CCRM.

Before you do that, connect a fuel pressure test gauge to the Schrader valve and monitor the fuel pressure while the engine is going through it's stalling process. If the fuel pressure does not drop when the engine stalls, the problem is not related to the fuel pump shutting off.
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Old 10-15-2016, 03:29 PM   #42
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I finally have time this weekend to try this. I also plan on just removing the CCRM from my brothers 01 Bullitt. Do you know if they are the same?

Also, what are the chances of this being a faulty Camshaft Position Sensor? Is that a possibility?


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The CCRM should be the same.
The cam sensor is a possibility but I would do some further diagnosis before replacing it.

I'm kind of curious about your brothers Bullitt. Is it a parts car?
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I have a CEL now all of a sudden, but my obd is not showing anything?

He has a rod knock right now. He's saving up money to build the motor and go twin. In the mean time, he's letting me use whatever i need to find out what's wrong with my car.

Trust me, if it were a parts car, i would have stripped his car lol.


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That is the "further diagnosis" that I was hoping for. If you can determine what is triggering the CEL, it will help greatly with the diagnosis of your problem.
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So i just finished connecting the fuel pressure gauge onto the car. My readings were a 30psi. Does that sound right? After the car shut off, it stayed reading 30. What do you make of this? 🤔


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So i just finished connecting the fuel pressure gauge onto the car. My readings were a 30psi. Does that sound right? After the car shut off, it stayed reading 30. What do you make of this? 🤔


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The fuel pump works.

What is the code from the CEL?
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Nothing comes up. It just the light stays on. I rescanned it multiple times and it still shows nothing.


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Something is triggering the CEL. It is strange, but possibly the scanner you are using is not reading the code. If you can, try using a different scanner.
I would recommend having an auto parts store read the codes, but they aren't allowed to do that in California.

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Old 10-23-2016, 01:25 PM   #50
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I just swapped out the camshaft position sensor from the bullitt. It still died. I just swapped the ccrm and the car is still running...so far. Lol.

As far as the CEL. It turned off when i swapped the cps. So far, a good sign


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It seems you may have found the problem.
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Hopefully that solves it.
Keep us posted!
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Old 10-24-2016, 11:26 AM   #53
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Well it stays on a lot longer. Normally it would stay on for about 5 minutes and it would could off. Now it stays on from cold to warm and as soon as i give it a rev or turn on and off. It cuts off. What can be other things i van look into? I feel like i'm making progress. If not, i'll just throw in the towel and take it to the mechanic.


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As I said, it would be helpful to know what is triggering the CEL.
The only other thing that I can think of, off hand, is there may be a problem with the IAC. I don't think that the one from your brother's car will work though, because GT's and Bullitts have different IAC's.
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That's the crazy part, no CEL. I can't take it anywhere or it'll die on me. I'm going to just order the IAC. I've been reading up on the symptoms of a faulty IAC. Some symptoms describe what my car is currently making. It's never been replaced so it wouldn't be a waste of money regardless.


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I recommend purchasing one manufactured by either Motorcraft or Hitachi.
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I'll look into some and purchase one. Thanks, man for all of your help.


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I just ordered the Hitachi one. We shall see if it works.


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Hopefully that gets you squared away.

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I hope so too. This is slowing my build. It's killing me not being able to drive my baby lol.


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I am proud to report that i just installed the new iac. I left the car running for about 15 min (cold-normal running temp) and gave it a few revs 2-4.5k and it did not shut off. I haven't road tested it yet, my brothers fox is blocking the garage and he's not home, but i'll drive it tonight.


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I am proud to report that i just installed the new iac. I left the car running for about 15 min (cold-normal running temp) and gave it a few revs 2-4.5k and it did not shut off. I haven't road tested it yet, my brothers fox is blocking the garage and he's not home, but i'll drive it tonight.


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I believe you may have found the problem.
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