Then my left turn signal flashes faster than the right turn signal. Could that prevent my car from not starting? My car starts like it wants to turn over but it feels like there's no fuel getting to the engine.

I recently had my brakes and routers changed on my Mustang and the brake fluid is full. When I go to stop the brake pedal goes to the floor and it won't stop what am I missing

Whenever I get into the gas and go over 4k the gages peg and reboot, it will do it every time. I have recently found out that the alternator (which checks out fine under idle, 14.6 dc and 23 ac) is ac/dc and the ac sometimes can cause havoc if that ac number gets higher with ecu. My question is should the ac number at idle stay the same at 4k, this is just a idea, after I read about alternator rippling. The alternator was replaced, but I'm not positive that this problem didn't happen before it was replaced. It's my wifes car and she does not like to drive it hard.

It appears that the belt idler pulley on a used mustang that I'm looking at buying is not in contact with the belt. The belt just runs right over it. The car seems to runs
fine though. Why is that? Can a car run alright with out that pulley connected, or should I expect problems? Should I attempt to re-connect it? There doesn't appear to be any damage.

when I hit the brakes I can hear a weird grinding noise, but I also checked to see if you i can still hear the noise when the car it turned off and I hit the brakes,you sure can hear it. its coming from the the front passengers side wheel. what can it be

i already know the common noises a car makes when u need your brakes replaced and its none of those. but every time I hit the brakes I get a this weird noise, like the sound when you sit on a old bed with springs. its weird noise. it feels like all the weight moves forward and i shouldn't. i already changed the brakes and it wasn't that, when i took it to get checked they said it was the shocks n struts, i also replaced them but the noise is still there. can anyone help me figure this out please?

When idling car begins to overheat .

Trying to change the water pump but the bracket is bolted on thepower steering pump behind the pully

The car is easier to shift into gear when the engine is cold in the morning but is harder to shifter into gear in the afternoon on my way back home and most especially at higher RPM's.

We replaced the battery and the alternator, but the battery light still comes on, and after driving it for about a week the car loses charge and dies, but will start up just fine the next morning? Could this be a short in the wiring somewhere?

The sensor is an o2 sensor heater circut bank 1 sensor 2 (p0141) and it also had an RIM code popping up.