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You must remove the fan first, then slide the shroud over the front of the engine, you may have to use a bungee cord to keep it out of the way while you reinstall the fan. Then mount the shroud to the radiator mount. Check all clearances between the fan and the shroud. If they contact, you'll be replacing not only the fan and shroud but also the water pump since you'll damage the front shaft seal.
Hi, first raise the vehicle and secure it with stands. Position a jack under the oil pan and place a piece of wood (a 2X4X8 will do just fine), take off the nuts fastening the motor mount to the chassis and then slowly raise the motor just enough to slide the old mount out, take off the nuts fastening the mount to the motor and slide it out.
Be careful and good luck.
Apply sealer to both sides of the gasket and position it on the pump. Hold the pump in position on the mounting surface and make sure the rocker arm is hitting the cam eccentric. Hold the pump tight against the block and install the bolts. Tighten them alternately, hook up the fuel lines and start the engine to check for leaks. Hope this helps.
The fenders don't have to come off to remove the motor. Scribe a line around the hood hinges where they're attached to the hood and then get a friend to help remove the hood. Remove radiator. Disconnect exhaust, fuel lines, electrical connections, motor mount, hoses, remove tranny mounts, disconnect tranny linkages and cooler lines. Drop rear U joint and remove drive shaft. Plug drive shaft hole with a rubber stopper or a rag. Use a chain and an engine hoist to remove the engine/tranny as a unit then separate the tranny from the engine. Sounds like a lot of work, but it's a lot easier than trying to remove the engine out the front. Besides, you've got a welded in radiator mount to contend with. Reverse everything to put engine back in. A couple of 6 packs and a friend or two to help and you're done in 3 to 5 hours (depends on quality of friends mechanical abilities!)
It is mounted on the passenger side, front fender about 2" inside of the finder edge and about 1" forward of the rear edge of the cowl vent. This photo gives you a good look.
http://www.mustangdreams.com/Ford-Mustang-1966.htmTo get an exact measurement find a 1964-73 Mustang and measure it.
Check the solenoid which I believe is mounted on the passenger side fender, near the battery. It should have connections for 4 wires on it, 2 mounting bolts, about $15- $20 part, easy to replace. Let me know how you make out.