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SOURCE: Compression for 1998 Mustang

depends on condition of engine.What you want to look for is a large difference between related cyls. If all are with in 10-15 percent of each other your problem may be some where else.

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SOURCE: engine temperature sensor located on a 1998 Ford Mustang GT

Left hand side (if facing it), behind distributor, above oil fill.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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If your having problems with the rear piston going in it because you need a special tool that allows you to turn while pushing.

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SOURCE: how to replace brake pads on 1998 ford mustang

break lug nuts loose
jack up car place stand under car
remove lug nuts and wheel
remove brake caliper
take out pad on outside of caliper
place a brake caliper press on pad next to piston of caliper and compress piston back in caliper
remove press and replace pads
reinstall caliper and wheels set car down
REMBER TO GET IN AND PUMP BRAKE PEDAL A COUPLE TIMES OR YOU WILL NOT HAVE ANY BRAKES WHEN YOU MOVE YOUR CAR!!!!!!
check fluid in master cylinder
take your time

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SOURCE: 1998 Mustang: how to fix horn on 1998 ford mustang...

Verify that your getting 12 volts at the connector of your old horn. if present replaced the horn. if no voltage, verify fuse protector.

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Compression for 1998 Mustang


depends on condition of engine.What you want to look for is a large difference between related cyls. If all are with in 10-15 percent of each other your problem may be some where else.

Jun 23, 2008 | 1998 Ford Mustang

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