Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
Well, I think that the entire shaft should be replaced if it can be done so economically.
I like your idea bout putting high temp bearing grease down at the base of it, though. Did you use moly grease?
Strange, when I looked up the 2000 3.8L mustang it said that the 3.8L and v8 engines used DIS, or distributorless Ignition System which doesn't use a conventional distributor.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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