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Ftp sensor location and repair
1999 Ford Mustang

Ftp sensor location and repair

(1999 Ford Mustang)
car stalls and loss of power
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on November 29, 2009
The Fuel Pressure Sensor will not cause a lack of power, even if there is a code for it.
Check this article I wrote about it. it is located on the fuel tank and is only for the Evap System http://repairpal.com/OBD-Code-P0450

Have your cars codes pulled again. See if there is a misfire code or Mass Air Flow Sensor code http://repairpal.com/what-does-the-term-misfire-mean or http://repairpal.com/OBD-Code-P0101
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on November 29, 2009
it stalls only at low acceleration. what are the symptoms i should look for? I just replaced an exhaust manifold passanger sidei disconnected some sensors think that might have been the problem thanks
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on November 29, 2009
The Fuel Pressure Sensor will not cause a lack of power, even if there is a code for it.
Check this article I wrote about it. it is located on the fuel tank and is only for the Evap System http://repairpal.com/OBD-Code-P0450

Have your cars codes pulled again. See if there is a misfire code or Mass Air Flow Sensor code http://repairpal.com/what-does-the-term-misfire-mean or http://repairpal.com/OBD-Code-P0101
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on November 29, 2009
it stalls only at low acceleration. what are the symptoms i should look for? I just replaced an exhaust manifold passanger sidei disconnected some sensors think that might have been the problem thanks

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