Car hesitation

Asked by Jul 26, 2017 at 08:17 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: General

Hey, i have a 2002 mustang GT. The problem I have
is that every time I hit full throttle the car will only
accelerate to about 40 mph and will stall out at 4K
rpms. The needle will not go past that number no
matter how long I leave my foot on the peddle. The
car has the battery light on. It does not have the
engine light on. I recently got the transmission
rebuilt thinking it would've fixed my problem, but
didn't. I also bought new spark plugs, changed all
oils, bought new fuel filter and cleaned my MAF.
Also the car does have a swapped engine from a
4.6 to an Expedition 5.4... I'm running out of ideas,
what might be causing my never ending problem?

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