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Eastern Catalytic Catalytic Converter  Rear
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1964 Ford Mustang Coil Spring Set - Front 6 Cyl 2.8L Moog

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Moog Coil Spring Set  Front
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    • Bar Diameter - MM: 15.00
    • End Type 1: Squared
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    • Feature 2: Designed To Lower Stresses For Longer Service Life.
    • Feature 3: All Coil Springs Are 100% Load Tested.
    • Feature 4: Worn Or Sagging Coil Springs Can Cause Premature Tire Wear Due To Vehicle Misalignment.
    • Free Height - Inches: 14.96
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    • ID - MM: 98.60
    • Installation Height - Inches: 9.00
    • Installation Height - MM: 228.60
    • Load - lbs: 1540.00
    • Spring Rate - lbs per inch: 259.00
    • Spring Type: Constant Rate
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR Crew Chiefs.
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1981 Ford Mustang Coil Spring Set - Front 6 Cyl 3.3L Moog

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Moog Coil Spring Set  Front
  • Constant Rate Coil Springs
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    • Bar Diameter - MM: 15.90
    • End Type 1: Squared
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    • Feature 1: Powder Coated To Protect Against Corrosion, Which Can Cause Coil Spring Fatigue Or Fracture.
    • Feature 2: Designed To Lower Stresses For Longer Service Life.
    • Feature 3: All Coil Springs Are 100% Load Tested.
    • Feature 4: Worn Or Sagging Coil Springs Can Cause Premature Tire Wear Due To Vehicle Misalignment.
    • Free Height - Inches: 14.94
    • Free Height - MM: 379.50
    • ID - Inches: 3.50
    • ID - MM: 88.90
    • Installation Height - Inches: 11.00
    • Installation Height - MM: 279.40
    • Load - lbs: 1500.00
    • Spring Rate - lbs per inch: 383.00
    • Spring Type: Constant Rate
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR Crew Chiefs.
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1981 - Ford Mustang L - 200 Front
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1970 Ford Mustang Alternator Bosch

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Bosch Alternator
  • L6 3.3 with 42 amp W/ External Regulator
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Bosch
1968 Ford Mustang Alternator Bosch

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Bosch Alternator
  • L4 2.8 with 42 amp W/ External Regulator
  • 42 Amp
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1968 - Ford Mustang
Bosch
1986 Ford Mustang Alternator Bosch

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Bosch
1985 Ford Mustang Alternator Bosch

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Bosch Alternator
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2011 Ford Mustang Spark Plug Motorcraft

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Motorcraft Spark Plug
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Metrix
1995 Ford Mustang Radiator Metrix

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95 ford mustang runs on 4 cylinders

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Question From vw200486 on 95 ford mustang runs on 4 cylinders

hi i have a 95 ford mustang 3.8 6 cylynder it has a rebuilt engine in it and it wont run right.

my problem is that its only giving spark to 4 cylinders ive tryed everything to fix the problem ive changed the ignition control modual, the pcm, the coil, the cranshaft positioning sensor and nothing seems to change it, and when you pull the plug wires off to check for spark the spark is red not blue like it should be.

Response From DanD

Lose the links in your post so I don’t feel like I’m reading spam and maybe we’ll take a closer look at the problem.
Sorry if I'm out of line but I hate spam.
Dan.

Response From vw200486

its not spam i just copied and past from another forum that put loose links in it when i posted it

Response From DanD

This “red spark” is it on all cylinders or just the two that are not running. The two cylinders that are not running are they on the same coil in the coil pack?
One and five, two and six, three and four are how they’re paired.
Dan.
PS: sorry about the spam comment.

Response From vw200486

3 and 6 have no spark at all and the others have the red spark, maybe its orange

Response From DanD

Check the ignition wires that they are not mixed and that they are not open; test with an ohmmeter.
With you saying that the two cylinders not getting spark are on two different coils, tells us that the computer is capable of firing the three coils so it’s not a control issue.
With this system it’s real important that the paired cylinders secondary ignition components are in good shape for example if numbers two and four secondary ignition wires or spark plugs are open you could in theory lose spark on three and six.
This coil you replaced was it a new coil or was it a previously enjoyed (used) one?
Dan.

Response From DanD

Ok ignore what I just posted or at least some of it. LOL

Response From vw200486

all the parts i replace wer brand new except the pcm

Response From vw200486

i also noticed that the 1 of the 3 yellow wires were not flashing when i put a test light in the connection im guessing it the on for cylinders 3 and 4

Response From DanD

Start checking the primary wiring for opens, pushed out terminals in the connectors of the module or the computer.
This may take hands on to find the problem but here's a partial wiring diagram showing the coil, ignition module and a bit of the computers terminals.
Dan.



Response From vw200486

i dont know if this helps but there was voltage at the wire that wasnt flashing . the test light came on but it did not flash

Response From DanD

It’s starting to sound like there’s an open in the yellow/red wire between the coil pack and ignition module or a bad module?
If you were to back probe the yellow/red wire at the ignition module, do you still have power there with the ignition in the run position or cranking?
What’s happening with the other two coils during cranking is that when the module grounds the yellow/black (coil 1&5) or the yellow/white (coil 1&6) the voltage drop across the coils primary windings is using up all the available voltage and the test light goes out.
For some reason that isn’t happening with coil 3&4 that’s why I’m thinking that there isn’t a good connection or a break in the wire between that coil’s primary windings and the ignition module or the module is bad.
So check whether there’s power on the yellow/red at the module?
You can use a safety pin or a paper clip as a back probe to slide between the wire and the back of the module’s connector. Slide the pin in far enough that you know that you’re touching the actual terminal inside the connector. Try not to use the pointed probe of your test light and poke a hole in the wire’s insulation. Yes it’ll give you a quick answer as to whether there’s power but you’ve now exposed the wire to the weather; it will corrode and give you more problems in the future.
Dan.

Response From vw200486

ok there is power to the yellow red wire while its running but unlike the others there is no flashing to excite the coil to produce spark
thers also a pink wire on the modual tha does not have any power at all.... i think it cal SPOUT on the wiring diagram. so what do i check next.

Response From DanD

Is the module the new one or the original?
Regardless of which I would try another if that doesn’t do it we may have to call in the big guns and get Way2old involved because I’m running out of ideas.
Oh Tom we may need your help here!!!!!
Dan.

Response From vw200486 Top Rated Answer

i pulled te moduaal out of a running mustang my friend had and if i were to buy a new 1 it would be like 500 bucks i disnt even pay that much for the car

Response From way2old

I am reading this thread with lots of interest. Just to humor an old man, are the plugs in good shape? If all the coils are outputting weak spark, it either has to be PCM, Module or a ground problem. I have seen sensors short internally to ground and cause wierd running or no start problems. I will keep thinking and research it and will add more as I am sure of things. Good job so far Dan and to vw200486, it is good to work with someone that is willing to follow advice.

Response From vw200486

im gonna borrow a scanner from a friend and ill get back to you guys


oh i also noticed that the battery light was on but the alternator is charging fine

Response From vw200486

i was wondering if you have anymore of those wiring diagrams

on the car it looks like theres 2 grounds missing on g100

Response From DanD

I’m not sure what you’re asking the diagram above show’s G100; a different diagram isn’t going to show you anything different?
Dan.

Response From vw200486

ok friend wouldnt let me borrow the scanner but..... i noticed the icm droped a cylinder and now the car dosnt runn at all so im thinking i gotta fork out the money for a new icm... i put the old one on and it was back to firing on 4 cylinders so ill get back to ya guys when i put another one on

Response From vw200486

well i put a new icm on the peice of crap and the thing still runs on 4 cylinders im about to give up

Response From vw200486

i was just told that it could be the harmonic balancer if its cracked or damaged it could make it run on 4 cylinders....what do you think?

Response From vw200486

alll the tests ive been doing when the car is running, but the thing idles like its running on 6 cylinders, srry i didnt get back to you earlier it got to dark her and couldnt see the wires...lol

Response From DanD

Everything I said about the secondary ignition components still stands; you could try switch plugs around and see if the loss in spark follows a spark plug.
Or better yet test for spark right at the coil terminals of three and four; test both towers at the same time.
Dan.

Response From vw200486

i mean 3 and 4