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Old 07-01-2005, 16:02   #1 (permalink)
tnowphillips@yahoo.com
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Stalling When Excelerate

I have 2005 v6 mustang, and when I let my fuel get below a half of a
tank when I excelerate from a stop it acts like its going to die. I've
taken it into the service department and they said its loosing fuel
pressure but they didnt know how to fix it. They also said they would
have to wait for ford to put a bulletin out telling them how to fix the
problem. Is anyone else having this problem and if so what are you
doing about it?

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Old 07-02-2005, 01:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Stalling When Excelerate

tnowphillips@yahoo.com wrote in news:1120253778.827550.169840
@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:

> I have 2005 v6 mustang, and when I let my fuel get below a half of a
> tank when I excelerate from a stop it acts like its going to die. I've
> taken it into the service department and they said its loosing fuel
> pressure but they didnt know how to fix it. They also said they would
> have to wait for ford to put a bulletin out telling them how to fix the
> problem. Is anyone else having this problem and if so what are you
> doing about it?
>
>


If it's like the in-tank fuel pumps for the last 20 years, you fix it by
pulling the pump out of the tank and finding the crack or loose tubing
between the pump and the pickup.

You been had... take it to another ford dealer and tell them if they fix
it, you'll give 'em kudos on here.

Of course, I'm assuming they didnt take it out.. or look closely when
they did.
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Old 07-02-2005, 01:02   #3 (permalink)
Ken Zwyers
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Re: Stalling When Excelerate

At the risk of being a jerk, the word is spelled "accelerate".

<tnowphillips@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1120253778.827550.169840@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> I have 2005 v6 mustang, and when I let my fuel get below a half of a
> tank when I excelerate from a stop it acts like its going to die. I've
> taken it into the service department and they said its loosing fuel
> pressure but they didnt know how to fix it. They also said they would
> have to wait for ford to put a bulletin out telling them how to fix the
> problem. Is anyone else having this problem and if so what are you
> doing about it?
>



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Old 07-03-2005, 20:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Stalling When Excelerate

If your dealer can't fix cars, it's time for another dealer. You aren't
visiting Universal Ford in Calgary, are you? They, apparently hate working
on Fords and will call you a "foctard" (whatever that is). Find a tech that
loves the business enough to stay in it for decades (this old fart turned 55
today... ben waiting a long time to say "double nickel") and enjoys fixing
cars rather than calling people down....


<tnowphillips@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1120253778.827550.169840@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> I have 2005 v6 mustang, and when I let my fuel get below a half of a
> tank when I excelerate from a stop it acts like its going to die. I've
> taken it into the service department and they said its loosing fuel
> pressure but they didnt know how to fix it. They also said they would
> have to wait for ford to put a bulletin out telling them how to fix the
> problem. Is anyone else having this problem and if so what are you
> doing about it?
>



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