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Ford Mustang, Coupe
Nov 30, 2009 (6:27 pm)
I bought a 96 Mustang for my 16 year old son to drive. I liked it so much that I am driving it alot. On the highway it seems like some fumes are getting into the car was there ever a problem with this vintage mustang? Also my odometer quit working so does anyone have any idea's on that?
#2106 of 2124 '98 interlock sticking
Dec 12, 2009 (9:03 pm)
I cool weather (AZ) it's really hard to shift out of P first thing in the AM. Pressing on brake really hard or moving the steering well a lot will finally release the shifter. When car is warmed up it's OK. Something out of alignment or needs grease in the interconnecting device? Thoughts?
#2107 of 2124 diy tune up
Mar 02, 2010 (8:18 pm)
I am looking for information regarding a diy tune up on my 2003 3.8L V6 coupe. It has approximately 120k and has treated me well thus far.
What all is included in a tune up (just plugs and wires)? What are the specs for the gap in the plugs?
Also, I have a K&N air filter...can I clean and reuse it or should it be replaced as well?
Thanks so much for the info...I am truly a "dumb blonde."
Apr 04, 2010 (10:50 am)
started to make knocking noise in motor and realy high oil pressure. car cuts off.
could it be pvc or does it have a crank case filter clog
Apr 27, 2010 (9:53 am)
i have a 94 gt with 95000 miles on it can anyone tell me what it will do in the 1/4 mile it is stock and i also want to add a cold air in take does anyone know what the hp increase would be?
#2110 of 2124 Re: fuel [jstreck]
Apr 27, 2010 (10:11 am)
I have a 94 gt 5.0 and i noticed that the lower grade gas the motor does not perform the way it should and it pings. but the higher grade it runs well with no pinging use the higher grade fuel.
#2111 of 2124 buying a 2001 mustang
Apr 27, 2010 (8:09 pm)
I'm considering to buy a Mustang, 2001 model, has run over 85K miles.
It will be great if I know, few questions that are popped up in my head now.
Does the timing belt need to be changed around this time? What is the ideal miles it would have to be changed and what would be the cost of it?
Are there any other factors that i need to consider before going for it in terms of maintenance?
Any suggestions will be highly helpful.
#2112 of 2124 Re: buying a 2001 mustang [kraftwagen]
Apr 28, 2010 (5:44 am)
Mustangs use timing chains, not belts so no worries there.
#2113 of 2124 Re: buying a 2001 mustang [akirby]
Apr 28, 2010 (10:51 am)
Thanks for that info man.
Is there anything else that i need to be specific on checking before i go for the purchase?
#2114 of 2124 Re: buying a 2001 mustang [kraftwagen]
Apr 28, 2010 (12:04 pm)
Not that I'm aware of other than the usual stuff. Might get more details from a mustang specific website.