Having problems with your 1988 Ford Mustang ?

My 88 Mustang GT boggs on me.

\015 If I just want to drive normal she will bogg out and almost wants to backfire. But when I punch it, it throws it out and goes. I have replaced my wires, spark plugs,distributor cap, rotor, new fuel pump. My car is equipped with MSD ignition and I have recently changed the coil. I have no clue what step to take next.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 27-09-2021

Answers :

From milton wright.you may want to check your EGR valve! remove it and clean it or replace it with a new valve.
Sounds like the timing is off. When looking at the distributor cap right next to it should be 2 wires with a plug at the end of it. Unplug it and start the car then check your timing . Make sure you mark the crank 10 degrees BTDC. You can bump it to 14 degrees BTDC if you like to gain 10 extra hp. After timing is set turn off car plug spout back in to the 2 wire outlet.(You have to unplug the 2wires in order to time a 5.0 the 2 wires control vaccum)
\015\012 BTDC-(Before Top Dead Center)
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