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I rented a ford mustang, while reaching to adjust the a/c controls while driving on the interstate my finger accidentally hit the stop start button and at 70 mph the engine immediately shut down. The only way to restart was to coast across 3 lanes of traffic, stop the car, put it in park, put my foot on the brake and push the start button. I can't believe ...


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There are 2 points in the engine's cycle when the piston is at TDC: The transition between compression/combustion, and the transition between exhaust/intake. The first one is the TDC you're looking for when concerning ignition timing. The #1 piston will be at the top of the cylinder and your crankshaft timing mark will be aligned to the 0 witness mark. Pull ...


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As in the other answers, first check if you are or not getting power to those things that gets serviced when you turn the key. If you have a flat dead scenario here, then you need to check the ignition key. If you get these loads working (lights, radio, etc) and if the starter doesn't turn, check starter fuse, starter relay and starter exciter wire to its ...


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It is possible the issue is at the ignition switch. The best way to test will be with a schematic and a test light to see that the ignition switch is getting voltage in, but is not putting voltage out when the key is turned. If the ignition switch does put out voltage, follow it down the line to the starter relay, and the starter. Also be sure to check ...



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