96 Mustang Doesn't Continue Running

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  1. Duffman14

    Duffman14 New Member

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    Recently I was driving my 1996 2.3L Mustang when I rear ended the car in front of mine. Well after a while I began working on it, replacing the damaged parts- radiator mount,radiator, bumper etc. The other day I decided its been sitting a lil too long so I attempted to fire it up, it started but only ran for a short time with a loud exauhst and shaky engine. If I did shift it into drive the engine bogs and stalls. So I borrowed a friends scanner to see what the problem could be and this is what I got. The CAT,EGR,HRT and O2S all indicated failure using the scanner. Any help would be much appreciated.
     
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    Welcome to stangnet. I've moved your post to the appropriate forum where you'll find some help!

    Good luck
     
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    I'll assume you have a v6, there was no 2.3 engine available after 1993
     
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    Yes, my bad I was thinking of my other car
     
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    Did you run the engine after replacing the parts? I would bet you have a harness disconnected in the engine bay
     
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    I have found no harness disconnected in the engine bay, any other possabilities?
     
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