2010 stalls when climate control turned on

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  1. V6-Eric

    V6-Eric New Member

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    My 2010 V6 stick has begun stalling constantly - like the ignition key was switched off kind of stalling - whenever any function in the climate control is turned on. Blower on low, A/C on or off, makes no difference - the engines stalls. If I turn it off, it starts and runs fine. It did this a year ago 2 times, but could not get it to repeat so did not go to dealer. Now it has 39K on it - NATURALLY - and it does it constantly. I can turn the lights on no problem, but not my aftermarket fog lights (which I have tried disconnecting to isolate the problem but it still stalls with them disconnected).

    It's getting cold in MI. Need the heater to run.

    I pulled DTC's P0690, P1233, P201-P206.

    Any input?
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    Also stalls when the wipers are turned on. No loose connections or fuses found.
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    Does the car start immediately after it stalls? Does the idle roll up and down at anytime?
    Do you have any type add of add-on alarm that inhibits the car from starting when active?
    Does the car have any performance modifications such as an aftermarket computer program?
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    Did you ever find out what the problem with your car was? I have a 2010 v6 with 27,000 with the same problem. I can't figure it out. Took it to a local mechanic and they said they had no clue because they could not get the car to reproduce the problem. Stalls once a week. Other then that runs fine.

    Thanks
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    Hi dkuhn1973,

    I suggest having a Ford dealer inspect it, since they know your Mustang inside and out. Besides, it may still be covered under warranty! :)

    ~Natasha
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    yeah,

    that's what the mechanic said too...I just have to find time in order to take it over there. Probably won't be able to do that until around christmas time. I was hoping it was something that would be easy to fix or replace.

    Thanks
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    I know dealer visits can be inconvenient; they may have a courtesy shuttle so you can wait somewhere more comfortable. If you have any questions, feel free to let me know.

    Have a good upcoming weekend!

    ~Natasha
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