1993 Ford Mustang engine stalls

Tiny
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  • 1993 FORD MUSTANG
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 87,800 MILES
I have a 1993 mustang 4 cyl. Hatchback. My engine had stoped and would not start I finaly found out that the timing belt was bad I replaced the belt and now my car will stop while I am driving it. It may go for several miles with out a problem but then it will stall. I thought maybe it was the water in the gas I put dry gas and injector cleaner in the gas tank And drove maybe ten miles before it quit on me, It will start after a few minutes what should I look for
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Monday, November 10th, 2008 AT 5:13 PM

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Tiny
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I would start with the easiest and work my way back? Check timing. Air filter. Leads etc. Etc.

Rough Idle, Missing or Stalling

Incorrect curb idle or fast idle
Incorrect basic timing. Reset ignition timing Improper idle mixture adjustment. Reset idle mixture,
Improper feedback system operation. Check feedback system
Incorrect spark plug gap. Reset spark plug gap, Moisture in ignition components. Dry components
Loose or broken ignition. Replace ignition wires
Damaged distributor cap or rotor. Replace distributor cap or rotor
Faulty ignition coil. Replace ignition coil
Fuel filter clogged or worn. Replace fuel filter
Damaged idle mixture screw. Replace idle mixture screw,
Improper fast idle cam adjustment. Reset fast idle cam adjustment,
Improper EGR valve operation. Replace EGR valve
Faulty PCV valve air flow. Replace PCV valve
Choke binding or improper choke setting. Reset choke or eliminate binding
Vacuum leak. Repair vacuum leak
Improper float bowl fuel level. Reset float adjustment,
Clogged air bleed or idle passages. Clean carburetor passages,
Clogged or worn air cleaner filter. Replace air filter

Faulty choke vacuum diaphragm. Replace diaphragm,

Improper distributor spark advance. Check distributor operation
Leaking valves or valve components. Check and repair valvetrain
Improper carburetor mounting. Remove and remount carburetor
Excessive play in distributor shaft. Replace distributor
Loose or corroded wiring connections. Repair or replace as required
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Wednesday, November 12th, 2008 AT 8:05 PM

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