Question about 1966 Ford Mustang
My 66 mustang pops when I turn it right. I think there are suspension/bushing problems. Looks like the original idle arm and other parts. This is not a pony model - just the standard 289. When the car is up int he air there is a lot of play in the wheels. Suggestions?
Posted by Anonymous on
Ball joints are your problem, but also have your tie rods checked. if you can move your tie rods with your hand they need to be replaced. check your balljoints by lifting your car and grabbing a front wheel and moving it up and down if you feel slack, replace balljoints as soon as possible, as it is dangerous to drive in that condition.
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