Last post on Oct 24, 2006 at 9:05 PM
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Ford Mustang, Coupe, Convertible
#1193 of 1524 Re: ford mustang: problems and solutions [gzgtp]
May 01, 2006 (11:22 am)
what reviews are those. I own a V6 2006 Im giving real info.
read forums.bradbarnett.net or mustangforums.com if you want more real world information. not a test drive review. stangnet does not even close close to the activity as these other 2 forums.
there are no new problems being reported
do you even have a 2006 s197 mustang or are you just giving hearsay advice. 2006 has not had the same amount of issues as 2005. As is to be expected from a 1st year model vs 2nd yr model.
#1194 of 1524 Cleaning the inside rear windows
May 01, 2006 (1:31 pm)
Ok. There should be a simple solution to this one. I did my best to clean the inside rear window of my '06 Mustang and lo and behold there is still a film that shows when the sun hits the window. The window is at such an angle that even with my small hands I have can't quite get it clean. Anyone have a suggestion?
#1195 of 1524 Re: Cleaning the inside rear windows [40yearswaiting]
May 02, 2006 (3:23 am)
A soft, dry, cotton towel of appropriate size and some patience. It takes a while for the chemicals in the materials inside the cabin to stop evaporating and leaving the residue on your windows; especially if you leave your windows shut all the time.
Just stick with it and you'll eventually notice that the film doesn't form as often anymore.
#1196 of 1524 Re: Cleaning the inside rear windows [40yearswaiting]
May 02, 2006 (8:36 am)
i just did mine for the first time last week.
it is really hard to get back there.
like another poster said have some patience or find a youngster to go back there and do it.
#1197 of 1524 Re: Cleaning the inside rear windows [lmm]
May 02, 2006 (3:55 pm)
You just need to use a 100% cotton cloth and wipe the left over residue of the cleaner off the real window. Really the best way for windows, computer/plasma screens and so on.
#1198 of 1524 Re: Cleaning the inside rear windows [lavrishevo]
May 03, 2006 (4:52 am)
I've had good results with just using windex and crumpled up newspaper. Don't know why it works, but it does.
#1199 of 1524 2005 mustang problems(not)
May 03, 2006 (10:42 am)
It seems to me that there are alot of minor complaints with this car. I've had one for over a year now and it has been a wonderful car. I've own over 50 cars since I was 16. But, none of them got people to stop and stare like this one. It may very well be the best convertible for the money. This isn't the type of car you drive every day, and the cars many of you are comparing it too are. It's a muscle car. It is supposed to be loud and sum what unrefined. All I can say, If you don't like it SELL IT! I'm keeping mine. Go drive that boring toyota.
#1200 of 1524 Re: 2005 mustang problems(not) [wallys]
May 03, 2006 (1:26 pm)
YEA WALLYS, WHAT YOU SAID..... I love mine also
#1201 of 1524 Seat strap with magnet
May 03, 2006 (5:26 pm)
This may be old news for many of you 05-06 Mustang owners....
I just figured out what the magnetic strap on the side of the seats is for. The metal end looks like a snap, but it's actually a magnet. It's there to hold the seatbelt so the buckle is easier to access over your shoulder. If you put the seatbelt in this strap, it makes the buckle hang about six inches lower and easier to grab.
I have an 06 GT convertible, but I assume this strap is on the coupes also.
I hope this helps out some of you that have had problems reaching to buckle up!
#1202 of 1524 Re: Seat strap with magnet [topoffgt]
May 03, 2006 (7:40 pm)
No, it's not in the coupe.