Re: Mustang Quits!
On 31 Mar 2005 15:03:10 -0800, "Jimmy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>And don't forget to change the fuel filter while you're back there. And
>hopefully you have a close to empty tank as well.
>> Hell I'm on my third pump now (88GT) and it's making noises like its
>> to fail yet again. If you're still on your first pump I'd replace it
>> on GP.
>> <email@example.com> wrote in message news:424A15DF.firstname.lastname@example.org...
>> > Start with replacing the fuel filter. If that does not help, then
>> > fuel pressure gauge and test fuel pressure at the schraeder valve
>> > fuel rail on the engine. if memory serves me right, its on the left
>> > side (you standing at front bumper looking at engine) front corner
>> > the engine. 'schraeder' is the type of valve on your tire's valve
>> > I think about 30 PSI is correct here, but double check in your
>> > chiltons manual.
>> > If you don't have the requisite pressure at the schraeder valve AND
>> > you've replaced the fuel filter, my guess is that your fuel pump is
>> > shot. You might also have a pinched fuel line (put a floor jack in
>> > wrong place lately?). Your car is 13 years old, so its entirely
>> > that the pump is worn out. The pump is in the tank, so you have to
>> > the tank to replace it. Make sure you replace the fuel filter
>> > after you change pumps - theres alot of crap that can get in the
>> > when you disconnect everything.
>> > HTH
>> > Dean wrote:
>> > > I have a 92 GT, starts fine and runs fine for about 5 to 8
>> > > just quits, If it does refire you have to pump the gas to keep it
>> running. I
>> > > know its in the fuel system somewhere,but were?
>> > > Thanks Dean.
>> > >
>> > >
why dont you just check fuel pressure at the rail
only IDIOTS guess
could also be a plugged exhaust