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Old 08-20-2005, 02:01   #1 (permalink)
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1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out

Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. Whatís up? Can anyone
please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and wonít
do it again for another week or two. Itís never happened while
driving over 45 mph???

Thanks!

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Old 08-20-2005, 05:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out

Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10 or use a
zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.

This is my official guess.

Don Manning


"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
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> Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
> No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
> please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and won't
> do it again for another week or two. It's never happened while
> driving over 45 mph???
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
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Old 08-20-2005, 10:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out

"2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
> Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10 or use
> a
> zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
>
> This is my official guess.
>
> Don Manning


Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit of going
out when it got too hot? This would happen in the Princessmobile - it'd just
shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it would start up again, as if nothing
were wrong. More often than not, this would happen if I tried to restart the
car after sitting for a few minutes, but it did start happening on the
road - that's when I had it replaced.

dwight

> "TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
> news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
>> Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
>> No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
>> please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and won't
>> do it again for another week or two. It's never happened while
>> driving over 45 mph???
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> --
>> Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's request
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Old 08-20-2005, 10:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out


The module on the distributor.

Replace it and be sure to lube its contact side with heat sink paste
(should be supplied with new module).

dwight wrote:

> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
>
>>Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10 or use
>>a
>>zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
>>
>>This is my official guess.
>>
>>Don Manning

>
>
> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit of going
> out when it got too hot? This would happen in the Princessmobile - it'd just
> shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it would start up again, as if nothing
> were wrong. More often than not, this would happen if I tried to restart the
> car after sitting for a few minutes, but it did start happening on the
> road - that's when I had it replaced.
>
> dwight
>
>
>>"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
>>news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
>>
>>>Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
>>>No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
>>>please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and won't
>>>do it again for another week or two. It's never happened while
>>>driving over 45 mph???
>>>
>>>Thanks!
>>>
>>>--
>>>Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's request
>>>Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
>>>Topic URL:

>>
>>http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
>>
>>>Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse:

>>
>>http://www.autoforumz.com/eform.php?p=653240
>>
>>

>
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Old 08-20-2005, 11:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: 1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out

That's it The TFI module. Especially in the New York City area over the past
couple of weeks of 90+ degree weather. That's my bet.

dwight

<cprice@here.com> wrote in message news:43075071.20603@here.com...
>
> The module on the distributor.
>
> Replace it and be sure to lube its contact side with heat sink paste
> (should be supplied with new module).
>
> dwight wrote:
>
>> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
>> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
>>
>>>Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10 or use
>>>a
>>>zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
>>>
>>>This is my official guess.
>>>
>>>Don Manning

>>
>>
>> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit of
>> going out when it got too hot? This would happen in the Princessmobile -
>> it'd just shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it would start up again,
>> as if nothing were wrong. More often than not, this would happen if I
>> tried to restart the car after sitting for a few minutes, but it did
>> start happening on the road - that's when I had it replaced.
>>
>> dwight
>>
>>
>>>"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
>>>news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
>>>
>>>>Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
>>>>No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
>>>>please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and won't
>>>>do it again for another week or two. It's never happened while
>>>>driving over 45 mph???
>>>>
>>>>Thanks!
>>>>
>>>>--
>>>>Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's
>>>>request
>>>>Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
>>>>Topic URL:
>>>
>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
>>>
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>>>
>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/eform.php?p=653240
>>>
>>>

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Old 08-20-2005, 11:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: 1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out

One more time:

If you keep the {gooshy, squeezy module thing} TFI lube greasy, it wont
do that.

Bet you find the stuff on there now has consistency of stale cake icing.



"dwight" <tfrog93@GEEmail.com> wrote in
news:nbGdnStjMPxdy5reRVn-3Q@comcast.com:

> That's it The TFI module. Especially in the New York City area over
> the past couple of weeks of 90+ degree weather. That's my bet.
>
> dwight
>
> <cprice@here.com> wrote in message news:43075071.20603@here.com...
>>
>> The module on the distributor.
>>
>> Replace it and be sure to lube its contact side with heat sink paste
>> (should be supplied with new module).
>>
>> dwight wrote:
>>
>>> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
>>> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
>>>
>>>>Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10
>>>>or use a
>>>>zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
>>>>
>>>>This is my official guess.
>>>>
>>>>Don Manning
>>>
>>>
>>> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit
>>> of going out when it got too hot? This would happen in the
>>> Princessmobile - it'd just shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it
>>> would start up again, as if nothing were wrong. More often than not,
>>> this would happen if I tried to restart the car after sitting for a
>>> few minutes, but it did start happening on the road - that's when I
>>> had it replaced.
>>>
>>> dwight
>>>
>>>
>>>>"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
>>>>news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
>>>>
>>>>>Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
>>>>>No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
>>>>>please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and
>>>>>won't do it again for another week or two. It's never happened
>>>>>while driving over 45 mph???
>>>>>
>>>>>Thanks!
>>>>>
>>>>>--
>>>>>Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's
>>>>>request
>>>>>Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
>>>>>Topic URL:
>>>>
>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
>>>>
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>>>>
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>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>

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Old 08-20-2005, 12:01   #7 (permalink)
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Re: 1993 Ford Mustang Dies Out

> dwight wrote:

The problem could also be a bad fuel pump. And the not dying out at
over 45 mph could be just chance.

Patrick
'93 Cobra


> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
> > Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10 or use
> > a
> > zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
> >
> > This is my official guess.
> >
> > Don Manning



> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit of going
> out when it got too hot? This would happen in the Princessmobile - it'd just
> shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it would start up again, as if nothing
> were wrong. More often than not, this would happen if I tried to restart the
> car after sitting for a few minutes, but it did start happening on the
> road - that's when I had it replaced.
>
> dwight
>
> > "TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
> > news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
> >> Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
> >> No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
> >> please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and won't
> >> do it again for another week or two. It's never happened while
> >> driving over 45 mph???
> >>
> >> Thanks!
> >>
> >> --
> >> Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's request
> >> Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
> >> Topic URL:

> > http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
> >> Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse:

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Old 08-20-2005, 22:01   #8 (permalink)
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On Sat, 20 Aug 2005 16:26:31 +0000, Backyard Mechanic rearranged some
electrons to form:

> One more time:
>
> If you keep the {gooshy, squeezy module thing} TFI lube greasy, it wont
> do that.
>
> Bet you find the stuff on there now has consistency of stale cake icing.
>


And don't use dielectric grease, wheel bearing grease, hair
grease, bacon grease, monkey shit, or any other unknown substance.
Use the heat sink compound that comes with the new unit.

>
> "dwight" <tfrog93@GEEmail.com> wrote in
> news:nbGdnStjMPxdy5reRVn-3Q@comcast.com:
>
>> That's it The TFI module. Especially in the New York City area over
>> the past couple of weeks of 90+ degree weather. That's my bet.
>>
>> dwight
>>
>> <cprice@here.com> wrote in message news:43075071.20603@here.com...
>>>
>>> The module on the distributor.
>>>
>>> Replace it and be sure to lube its contact side with heat sink paste
>>> (should be supplied with new module).
>>>
>>> dwight wrote:
>>>
>>>> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
>>>>
>>>>>Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10
>>>>>or use a
>>>>>zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
>>>>>
>>>>>This is my official guess.
>>>>>
>>>>>Don Manning
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit
>>>> of going out when it got too hot? This would happen in the
>>>> Princessmobile - it'd just shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it
>>>> would start up again, as if nothing were wrong. More often than not,
>>>> this would happen if I tried to restart the car after sitting for a
>>>> few minutes, but it did start happening on the road - that's when I
>>>> had it replaced.
>>>>
>>>> dwight
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
>>>>>news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
>>>>>
>>>>>>Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
>>>>>>No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
>>>>>>please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and
>>>>>>won't do it again for another week or two. It's never happened
>>>>>>while driving over 45 mph???
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Thanks!
>>>>>>
>>>>>>--
>>>>>>Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's
>>>>>>request
>>>>>>Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
>>>>>>Topic URL:
>>>>>
>>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
>>>>>
>>>>>>Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse:
>>>>>
>>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/eform.php?p=653240
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>

>>
>>


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Old 08-27-2005, 10:01   #9 (permalink)
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But can you use computer heat sink compound?
"David M" <NOSPAM@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:pan.2005.08.21.03.27.35.251427@sled351...
> On Sat, 20 Aug 2005 16:26:31 +0000, Backyard Mechanic rearranged some
> electrons to form:
>
> > One more time:
> >
> > If you keep the {gooshy, squeezy module thing} TFI lube greasy, it wont
> > do that.
> >
> > Bet you find the stuff on there now has consistency of stale cake icing.
> >

>
> And don't use dielectric grease, wheel bearing grease, hair
> grease, bacon grease, monkey shit, or any other unknown substance.
> Use the heat sink compound that comes with the new unit.
>
> >
> > "dwight" <tfrog93@GEEmail.com> wrote in
> > news:nbGdnStjMPxdy5reRVn-3Q@comcast.com:
> >
> >> That's it The TFI module. Especially in the New York City area over
> >> the past couple of weeks of 90+ degree weather. That's my bet.
> >>
> >> dwight
> >>
> >> <cprice@here.com> wrote in message news:43075071.20603@here.com...
> >>>
> >>> The module on the distributor.
> >>>
> >>> Replace it and be sure to lube its contact side with heat sink paste
> >>> (should be supplied with new module).
> >>>
> >>> dwight wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
> >>>> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
> >>>>
> >>>>>Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10
> >>>>>or use a
> >>>>>zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
> >>>>>
> >>>>>This is my official guess.
> >>>>>
> >>>>>Don Manning
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit
> >>>> of going out when it got too hot? This would happen in the
> >>>> Princessmobile - it'd just shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it
> >>>> would start up again, as if nothing were wrong. More often than not,
> >>>> this would happen if I tried to restart the car after sitting for a
> >>>> few minutes, but it did start happening on the road - that's when I
> >>>> had it replaced.
> >>>>
> >>>> dwight
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>>"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
> >>>>>news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
> >>>>>
> >>>>>>Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
> >>>>>>No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
> >>>>>>please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and
> >>>>>>won't do it again for another week or two. It's never happened
> >>>>>>while driving over 45 mph???
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>Thanks!
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>--
> >>>>>>Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's
> >>>>>>request
> >>>>>>Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
> >>>>>>Topic URL:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
> >>>>>
> >>>>>>Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/eform.php?p=653240
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>
> >>

>
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Old 08-27-2005, 11:01   #10 (permalink)
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On Sat, 27 Aug 2005 15:01:55 +0000, scott and barb rearranged some
electrons to form:

> But can you use computer heat sink compound?


You need to use something that can withstand the underhood
temperatures.

> "David M" <NOSPAM@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:pan.2005.08.21.03.27.35.251427@sled351...
>> On Sat, 20 Aug 2005 16:26:31 +0000, Backyard Mechanic rearranged some
>> electrons to form:
>>
>> > One more time:
>> >
>> > If you keep the {gooshy, squeezy module thing} TFI lube greasy, it wont
>> > do that.
>> >
>> > Bet you find the stuff on there now has consistency of stale cake icing.
>> >

>>
>> And don't use dielectric grease, wheel bearing grease, hair
>> grease, bacon grease, monkey shit, or any other unknown substance.
>> Use the heat sink compound that comes with the new unit.
>>
>> >
>> > "dwight" <tfrog93@GEEmail.com> wrote in
>> > news:nbGdnStjMPxdy5reRVn-3Q@comcast.com:
>> >
>> >> That's it The TFI module. Especially in the New York City area over
>> >> the past couple of weeks of 90+ degree weather. That's my bet.
>> >>
>> >> dwight
>> >>
>> >> <cprice@here.com> wrote in message news:43075071.20603@here.com...
>> >>>
>> >>> The module on the distributor.
>> >>>
>> >>> Replace it and be sure to lube its contact side with heat sink paste
>> >>> (should be supplied with new module).
>> >>>
>> >>> dwight wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>>> "2.3Sleeper" <spamdmanning@mwcmustangs.com> wrote in message
>> >>>> news:KvDNe.4002$r54.1217@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
>> >>>>
>> >>>>>Replace the ignition switch under the steering wheel for about $10
>> >>>>>or use a
>> >>>>>zip tie to make the plug part stay seated.
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>This is my official guess.
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>Don Manning
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Nah. What's that gooshy, squeezy module thing that had a bad habit
>> >>>> of going out when it got too hot? This would happen in the
>> >>>> Princessmobile - it'd just shut down. After it cooled off a bit, it
>> >>>> would start up again, as if nothing were wrong. More often than not,
>> >>>> this would happen if I tried to restart the car after sitting for a
>> >>>> few minutes, but it did start happening on the road - that's when I
>> >>>> had it replaced.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> dwight
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>>"TD" <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote in message
>> >>>>>news:1_653240_4ed809ad8dd1fb96169c4f9f5cde89ca@autoforumz.com...
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>>Driving along, around 35 mph and the car just dies out, no warning.
>> >>>>>>No brakes, power steering, gas, nothing. What's up? Can anyone
>> >>>>>>please help. Then, after a few minutes, it starts back up and
>> >>>>>>won't do it again for another week or two. It's never happened
>> >>>>>>while driving over 45 mph???
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>Thanks!
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>--
>> >>>>>>Posted using the http://www.autoforumz.com interface, at author's
>> >>>>>>request
>> >>>>>>Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards
>> >>>>>>Topic URL:
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/Ford-Musta...ict134419.html
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>>Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse:
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>http://www.autoforumz.com/eform.php?p=653240
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>
>> >>

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