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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-17-2010 Thread Starter
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Unhappy engine problems. Supercharged 2004 Mustang GT

i was driving my 2004 mustang gt, its vortech supercharged, i floored it in first gear and shifted to 2nd and the tires spun. the rpm's when to about 5500-6000. i heard a loud crappy noise coming from the engine. it was idleing horrible like it was going to shut off..i went home and one spark plug was smashed up so there was no gap in the plug. i replaced it..seemed okay then went out again with car and at about 3500 rpms i heard the noise again. brought it home plug seemed to be fine but that cylinder and the next one werent firing. the other side wasnt firing either. now its blowing out blue smoke and it sounds terrible..can anyone relate to this or help me please? thanks

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had the same problem in a camaro found out the heads was cracked

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sounds like you did some serious damage, i think it best you take the motor apart for an inspection

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sounds like you did some serious damage, i think it best you take the motor apart for an inspection
the biggest thing is that it wasnt past redline and it was for two seconds at most
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any coolant in your oil, or oil in your coolant? no check engine lights?

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any coolant in your oil, or oil in your coolant? no check engine lights?
not to sure...no check engine light yet..but im not sure if theres coolant in the oil..i dont think so though its blowing out smoke nd it smells like gas
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do a compression check on all the cylinders, and check the all plugs before u start a rebuild,

just my 2 cents


then the question of what hit plug?

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That's a bad thing. The piston contacted the spark plug. That's not supposed to happen. When two solid objects try to occupy the same space at the same time, that's bad.

As said above, you'll need to pull the heads and see what you get.

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