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Backfiring in the motor, 2000 ford mustang 3.8

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Without seeing the car it's hard to tell for sure. First check for vacuum leaks look at the intake system lines and hoses to see there are no breaks or hoses missing. Then check ignition system to make sure wires are not crossed. Also scan computer for trouble codes. Possible mass air sensor problem. Backfiring also cause by bad intake valve or valve timing. Also lean condition when the accelerating. Hopes this helps.

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