Battery died, finally got it to jump, now car won't accelerate... ???

Asked by Jun 15, 2015 at 03:06 PM about the 2010 Ford Mustang V6 Premium Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Battery and alternator need to be tested, you don't have enough voltage to operate the car.

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I did some effective googling and discovered that the car had gone into 'limp mode'. Apparently a sensor had been overloaded when the battery finally jumped. Shut it off, started again and everything seems fine.

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