Originally Posted by raceman351W
my mom has a 2002 mustang 5 speed V6 and well the rearend likes to come around when your just driving like you would on a dry day and the next thing you know your spun around.
The problem isnt so much with the car as it is with your driving, your quote above is the perfect example. "the rearend likes to come around when your just driving like you would on a dry day".
You cant drive the car in wet weather like you would in dry, just for the simple fact that it's wet out. The road conditions are different and not optimal so you should be more cautious, alert and slower.
A lot of people make the mistake of driving their cars (any make or model.) in wet weather like they would in dry, it's a common mistake.
1995 Mustang GT 5.0
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