Question about Ford Mustang
Hello. I hope this information helps. I'm thinking the whining noise you hear is most likely the power steering pump, it may be low on fluid. At worst, it may have gone dry at sometime in it's history and need replacing. Swaying or bouncing could be the shock absorbers or the actual steering linkage. An easy way to check your shocks is with the car sitting still push down on the fender and bounce it about 3 times, when you let go it should stop bouncing quickly, if it keeps bouncing you need new shocks. It is not necessary to replace the water pump when you replace the radiator, I think some people do since they already have the system drained and with the radiator off it gives you more room to work, so it's not a bad idea, and the water pump shouldn't be that expensive. I would also replace the upper and lower radiator hoses and the heater hoses.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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