Mustang GT

Asked by Oct 17, 2017 at 01:57 AM about the 2010 Ford Mustang GT Coupe RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have engine light coming to my screen and i cheated it first time it gives me
the Oxygen sencors i replaced them and the light still comming and the codes
increases to 38 code problems. and the car running perfectly. please if you
have any idea let me know i took the car for many Garages and they just
remove the codes and it comes again

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Just because the code points to the O2 does not mean the O2 is bad it is a sensor it reports rich or lean conditions. This means there is either a rich or lean condition. You need to look up all possible causes on the net or a repair manual for that code to set. Could be a vacuum leak, dirty fuel injectors, air filter, fuel filter, bad spark plugs or plug wires, coils, distributor parts, intake gasket leak, head gasket leak, Bad cat,, bad TPS, you name it You need to find the reason the O2 is the code, The sensor itself is fine.

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Posting a list of the trouble codes here may be helpful.

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Thanks Guys, this is the codes that show on computer inspection. I also went to a garage who discover that one fuse in fuse box make shortage every time he replaced. Do you think this makes all this problems. I also start facing a solidify in steering while driving which can put me in danger situation. Please guys help me how can i fix that

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The problem with the fuse needs to be correct as it is possible that most of the issues are related.

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