Have a built 5.0 running with a 95 mustang wiring harness. Ran great for 6 years. Now after it warms up it cuts off. Can keep it running if it is braked with foot on the accelerator. Any one have any

Asked by Aug 05, 2013 at 08:55 PM about the 1995 Ford Mustang GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I'm telling you that it is system ground....the end of the black cable non- claming end which bolts to the chassis/ground...unscrew that bolt and wirebrush that spot where it connects and wirebrush the lug too~ put them together with a younger than five year old battery and you will be okay~

IAT sensor is a possibility...if it's runnin' rich and pluggin' the cat~ foot on the gas and brake...terror country~...see the IAT will sense the intake temperature and adjust the mix accordingly on a cold day will enrich on a cold day will lean this and a barometric pressure sensor will help zone in on the motor air/fuel mix~

plain old temp sensor would throw a RED check engine light if defective unless given the "black tape" solution~

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