Mustang2008

Asked by Apr 29, 2017 at 09:09 AM about the 2008 Ford Mustang V6 Premium Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a mustang 2008. The wrench ligh is coming on and
off alone with a check engine light at first we thought it
was the throttle, I replace it and it was doing the same
thing so I replace the accelerater pedal and the problem
was the same after that my transmission wasn't working
and I got new transmission on and a new computer for
the car, but a day after that the check engine light came
back and the wrench light too and I wasn't able to
accelerate the car. Any ideas of what the problem can be?
I have a car show on may 5th and I can't bring my car a
this condition please I need help

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So you spent thousands of dollars guessing and replacing parts but not spend $20 on a OBDii code scanner so you know why the light is coming? Do that next and post the 4 digit codes back here so we can help further. Actually it's free if you drive over to your local auto parts store, they will scan the car for free if you ask nice.

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