Hey guys 1996 mustang gt start up

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Hey guys 1996 mustang gt start up

Post by jaymoe5555 » Fri Jun 26, 2020 10:36 pm

i have a 1996 mustang gt patriot heads trick flow cams and trickflow track heat intake 4.6l i am new to doing anything at all with these old ecm's any and all advise will be much appreciated. anything on getting setup to log/tune any tips tricks anything i ave used hp tuners in the past with some newer fords but on this car it will be a moates quarterhorse and either binary editor or tuner pro rt any info at all for getting started

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Re: Hey guys 1996 mustang gt start up

Post by jaymoe5555 » Sun Jun 28, 2020 11:35 am

Kind of disheartening I thought I would get some help here

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Post by cgrey8 » Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:50 pm

I think your question was a bit too generic and broad. If you have a specific question, usually people are far more willing to help. But when you ask questions that don't have a specific problem that is to be solved, people have no clue what to say or what would be helpful and what would just be unhelpful to you and a waste of their time.

Try again with what you have, what you've done, what problem you are struggling with, and what you've tried that hasn't worked. If you are fighting multiple problems, pick the most important one, post about it, get that solved, then create a new post about whatever the next problem is. Do not try to include every problem you've got into a single post or the post becomes impossible for anybody to follow after it gets about 3 responses long.

Keep each problem to its own post. Keep in mind that posts are not just to help you, but to help others months or years after your issues are resolved. And for your thread to help others in the future, the post need a descriptive title and details only about what it took to solve the problem in the title.

See if this strategy gets you better results.
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Re: Hey guys 1996 mustang gt start up

Post by EDS50 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 8:41 am

jaymoe5555 wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 11:35 am
Kind of disheartening I thought I would get some help here
You may want to start here:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=12011
1992 Mustang LX - 25.1c Chassis, Vortech Blown Dart 332, Lentech Trans, TRZ Backhalf, A9L using A9P Tune, Moates QH/SL v1.9, BE, EA, TunerView

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