Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are motor mounts and i just bought them for my car the mint go to this wed page www.mustangsunlimited.com they have just about every thing
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
Dependant on engine size and fuel type, any size from a 390 amp battery, if it is diesel then a 590 amp battery. No special tools needed, only a small ring spanner. Make sure yyou disconnect the earth lead first. Also you will need to enter the radio code after changing batteries
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
I don't know how hard it would be to pull out the blower switch and test it, but to make things easier, turn the ignition to run position, or you could start the engine if you prefer, go to the passenger side engine compartment, and a few inches to the right of the blower you will see a connector that has 5 wires going to it: 2-orange/black, a light green/white, a yellow/red and a red/orange. Unplug that connector, get a wire or a jumper and ground it good somewhere to some clean metal, or the battery negative, and then touch the jumper to corresponding orange/black prong on that connector. That is the high setting on the blower, and the blower should start at full speed. If you touch any other prongs, it will go through the resistor, and the fan will start at different speeds, so that's one way to test the resistor.
If the blower works, than your switch is defective.
If nothing happens, make sure the blower fuse is good, and with a test light or a voltmeter, make sure you have power at the blower. The blower has two wires going to it, an orange/black and a brown/orange. If there is voltage on the br/o wire, and the blower didn't come on with the previous test, than the blower is defective.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 ford Mustang clutch
Before attempting any work on your car go and get a Chiltons or Haynes manual (from your local auto parts store) for your year/make/model. It will cover several years and models, but has detailed instructions with photos on how to do just about anything you need to do. Secondly, I suggest you get a buddy to help you. The tranny is heavy in your car, and if not done correctly could put you in the hospital should it land on your head. Replacing the actual clutch really isn't that hard in a Mustang. Its getting the transmission out and back in (probably while the car is on jack stands) that can be hard.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
The V6 Mustang Auto transmissions from 1999-2004 Auto transmissions will be compatible as the speedo sensor will be digital in them. I believe the 1994 - 1998 are all analog.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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