Mustang it boggs when i give it gas

Asked by Nov 07, 2017 at 12:52 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a friend that jusy came to me like 5 mins
ago said he just bought a mustang and it runs but
when u give it some gas to go it spudders boggs
then it gets some power what u think it is fuel lines
fuel pump spark plug wires spark plugs maybe the
altanator i need some help to see what i need to
check

3 Answers

275,175

what year mustang? If older than '93. then I would replace the spark plugs, wires, distributor cap and rotor at a minimum. Then have him look at replacing the fluids and filters.

I have no clue he came to the house with another car said he just bought the mustange it needed air in the tire thats y he wasnt on it and he didnt tell me the year but im guessing a 97 to an 04 maybe not sure tho and thats what i figured spark plug wires spark plugs fuel line getting air or something

275,175

'97 or newer has ignition coils. Check engine light on? Scan for codes. Could be throttle or timing related.

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