2001 Mustang GT

55

Asked by Oct 12, 2014 at 11:37 PM about the 2001 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I hit anywhere from 30-50 my
Mustang starts doing this "lagging"
type ordeal.

9 Answers

34,985

Any CEL's on the dashboard lighting up?

55

Nope, nothing. It starts up find runs fine. And it doesn't do it all the time. It's just at random, usually when I drive for a while. Kind of like a light jerking motion at 30-50.

34,985

Could it be the torque converter locking and unlocking its self? Any fluctuation in the RPM?

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55

Actually I'm not sure on that, I'll find out tomorrow and let you know, I don't think there was but I'm not 100% sure.

34,985

Yeah, Keep us in the loop.

251,045

Sounds trans related. I assume you have an automatic, lock out the O/D and see if it goes away.

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60

Could be your mass air flow sensor going bad

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Best Answer Mark helpful
2,515

Chet0459 is on the money, before you replace the air flow sensor, take it out, and clean it with a can of cleaner, they make one just for those sensors, you can find the cleaner at any, auto part store. hope this helps

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55

Thank you guys, I will definitely try this and let you guys know what happens!

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