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New to the forum, I'll be honest ... I'm a Chevy guy (don't hate me), but I'm working on a friends car to help her out, and I've already done a lot of work to it and it's given me the finger the whole way (maybe it knows I'm a Chevy guy). It's a 1995 Ford Mustang with a 3.8L engine, manual transmission. Everything I've done I've been able to figure out, except one thing: seems to be a dead spot in the throttle. But since this is the introduction thread I'll put the question in the thread it belongs. Hopefully you guys/gals can help me figure this out for her.
 

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I'll be honest ... I'm a Chevy guy (don't hate me)
No worries, TBH, I’m a car guy. Mustangs are my favorite, but I love fast cars in general.
 

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Welcome to the forum.
Mustangs tend to be picky about who touches them and if they smell Chevy or Mopar on you they probably won't cooperate lol.
I see that you have another thread posted with your acceleration issue so I'll post some causes on there.
 

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