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1996 Mustang gt dies after stalls?

so new to driving a 5speed but stalled the mustang and then lost complete power had to jump to start again then would keep doing this. took the battery out to test it it is ok put back in to the car today and it started right up no problem?

wtf anyone know what can cause this? gonna get the alt tested next


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Most likely your alternator is slowly failing and needs to be replaced.
If your battery is old replace it.

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