Car dying problems with clutch

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Asked by Oct 17, 2014 at 11:21 PM about the 1993 Ford Mustang LX Hatchback

Question type: General

My 93 mustang 2.3L dies when i
drive it. Its when i go to stop at a red
light when i hit the clutch to stop i
have to give it some gas to keep it
from dying. The rpms drop to 500
and wants to die the battery gauge
also drops too.  Its worse when i
have my blower on for the heater any
suggestions

5 Answers

37,705

Any CEL's on? TPS comes to mind.

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74,155

Yes, Bmark is right ,tps,or vacume line leak.

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Ill check the vacuum line but the cel is not on and iv already changed the tps awhile ago. I cleaned the throttle body and changed alternator and the idle air control valve also. Is it possible the maf sensor. I keep putting money in it and nothing fixing it

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My 1995 ford mustang 5.0 when driving I shift all the gears but every time I come to a complete stop and press the clutch it turns off but it will turn back on

10

Check air hose to the manifold

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