2000 Ford Mustang V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 75000 miles
Its been really cold lately down to about -35 in the mornings and my service engine light just came on this morning. My tank was on E so I ran down to the gas station and then after putting some in the light came on. So I went down and filled it up again and resealed the lid to see if that had any effect on it but nothing changed. I don't really think the cold had anything to do with it but you never know. I hadn't noticed anything wrong with it until today when I was driving it around. The car has been fine ever since I bought it and has run great. But today I noticed a loud poping or crackling sound that sounded like it was comeing from the right tail pipe or possibly under the hood even and I don't know what I could have done to get that sound to come from it. I thought that it could be a spark plug. That some snow could have melted and built up moisture and ruined one but when I drive it it doesn't feel like its missing. If I drive over around 60 mph the service engine light starts flashing. I was wondering what could possibly cause this to happen after it was fine last night and how much it would run me to fix it thanks
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 15th, 2009 AT 12:10 PM