Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Alright, before parking my 1990 mustang for the summer I started noticing a problem on "hot" starts. I put quotations because i have let it sit an hour or two and it still does it sometimes. Basicly I will start the engine and let it do It's thing to warm up. Within about 30 seconds the engine speed will decrease and it sounds like It's getting no fuel. Revving the engine does not solve this nor does starting to move. I wait for 10 seconds and it starts running normally again. The few times it happened to me before i parked it the weather was warm but not even close to hot, no more then 70 degrees. I would like to get this solved before winter comes along as I need a decent winter vehicle. Another thing I should mention is that after it is done doing it I smell fuel but not during.