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I have an 03 mustang gt manual with approximately 111,000 miles and my RPM gauge sometimes goes up and down after I crank it up. Does not do this all the time, but enough times to bother me. Does this sound like something to do with the fuel filter or it's component?
My 03 Mustang GT 5Sp has developed a rattling type noise from the underdrive pulley areas or at least I think it's coming from that area, sounds like it's on the Passenger side. Please help with what this could possibly be? Also any creditable mustang shops in san antonio, TX? Thanks for your help in advance.
I have a loud sound underneath my car which sounds like a loud road noise from the tires, but I just purchased new tires less than 6 months ago. I looked underneath and it sound like it was coming from the transmission area. It really sounds the loudest when I slow down and about to come to a halt. Had transmission rebuilt x6 months ago, new clutch and had the engine replaced. What could this possibly be? Perhaps the transmission or some type of bearing. Any help would be appreciative.
Idle speed goes up and down sometimes. Sometimes when trying to crank my car, it seems like the engine does not want to turn over and then it turns over but at a lower muffled sound. Please help!
My engine service light came on and I took it to autozone to get a scan of the problem. They said it was Bank 1 sensor 2, which told me that it was the one right before the Catalytic convertor on passenger side. Well is it up front or the rear one on the passenger side? I changed the first one and the code went off for about 5 miles and then came back on. I don't have any cats and have the MILs on the rear. So my questions is, is it the front sensors or rear sensor? Help please.
I need some help. I had my clutch changed about 3-4 months ago and now have a vibration type sound or noise coming from the bottom front and also a rattling type noise coming from my gear shift area. The vibration noise is there most of the time, especially after I shift gears and accelerate, it's very noticable for about 3-5 seconds. Any idea what this can be? Also any recommended mustang shops that is trustworthy, does good work, and reasonable in the san antonio, tx area?
I have an 03 Mustang GT with over 102,000 miles and have had my AC unit replace (aftermarket) once and now when the compressor clicks on and off, it idles sort of high, but you can really notice the change in the RPM when the compressor engages revs at about 1200. Does this mean that my compressor or pulley is going bad or what? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What's a good performance shop in the San Antonio area that really works on 03 Mustang GTs
I am looking for an aftermarket Clutch kit/assembly for 03 Mustang GT (V8) 4.6 SOHC. I am a more or less moderate driver, sometimes I drive it hard but usually just cruising. What is the best kit to get and how much would it cost.