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Your Mustangs / Ford Mustang Registry Approved by Ford
« Last post by Ford Mustang Registry on August 16, 2016, 08:19:40 PM »
Greetings to the Mustang V8 Owners!

I am creating this topic on behalf of the Ford Mustang Registry, which is part of the non-profit SaveAWildMustang project and is officially authorized by the Ford Motor Company.

The goal and purpose of the Ford Mustang Registry is to create an historical ownership record for your Mustang for posterity.  There are several Mustang registries to choose from when registering and we hope that you'll take the time to join the registry and supporting saving America's Wild Mustangs in the process.

You love the Mustang, now please help save the symbol of freedom behind it.

Thank you from the Ford Mustang Registry.
5.0 Mustang technical forum / Re: starting trouble when hot
« Last post by LiLdIvE88 on August 11, 2016, 05:29:35 PM »
I had the exact same issue with my '91 LX convertible. I ended up chasing the entire fuel system until I found a bad Fuel Pump itself. I'm also having Fuel Pressure Regulator issues at the moment, but the car has no problems starting or running, cold or at Temp. Try this, and if it still has the issue, let me know.
5.0 Mustang technical forum / Re: 89 GT fuel problem
« Last post by LiLdIvE88 on August 11, 2016, 05:27:16 PM »
I had a similar problem with my '91 LX convertible. It would run perfectly fine on a cold start, but any time I got the engine to Temp, the fuel pump would quit priming. I ended up chasing the problem directly to the pump itself, and that fixed the issue right away. I have no cold or hot start problems. I work at a shop and we diagnosed the problem as the pump failing and it was getting too hot, and basically shutting itself down until it cooled off enough to work again. Let me know if you find out any other problems you're having and if this fixes the problem. You can get a cheap stock replacement Fuel Pump from, which is where I purchased mine from, at about $25. Email me anytime for questions
Classic Mustang Technical forum / Re: 1966 Master Cylinder Question
« Last post by jimboivy on August 04, 2016, 06:13:34 PM »
the bulb needs to be flush with the top of the lid, fill the resivor three quarters full
Classic Mustang Technical forum / Re: Brake problem on 1965 Mustang
« Last post by jimboivy on August 04, 2016, 05:46:34 PM »
check for strut rod bushing loose on one side
Your Mustangs / Add '66 coupe to my 2010 convertible
« Last post by Khrusher on August 02, 2016, 03:58:19 PM »
Had this for a few months.  Not much of a mechanic, but I'll learn as I go.
4.6 Mustang technical forum / Mustang 1997 v6 - swap v8 efi
« Last post by TheVandal on July 31, 2016, 07:31:49 PM »
Hello all
I need some help, i got mustang 1997 efi but the engine valve is burn and i got only 120psi on each piston
I want to know if a 46pol 2007 will fit there with my eldebroke intake and header, transmission ??

Thank's in advance
Mustang Discussions / 1966 conv rust repair
« Last post by denny on July 11, 2016, 09:29:35 PM »
Hey guys & gals I need your help. I could be the 10th guy to repair rust on this conv., I feel that the rockers that were replaced were not in the correct location. I need measurments from a car that has not had any rust repair.What shoudl the gap be between the top of door and windshield post ? With front fenders removed,distance from pinch weld at upper cowl to top of rocker, also need door opening, front hindge pillar to rear 1/4 pinch weld.
Mustang Discussions / Swapping my auto V6 engine to auto V8 from another GT.
« Last post by renn_westley on July 09, 2016, 08:35:39 PM »
Hi, I am new to this community and am looking for some advice. I have a 2001 6 cylinder automatic mustang and want some more power. I found a guy that has a V8 from another GT that is selling it and need to know how much an engine swap would be. Or if it would be possible for my father, brother, and I do to the swap ourselves and how difficult it would be. Thank you for all of the responses!
I suspect the dealer damaged the transmission in the 16 miles he had it...

It will probably be a long fight for you but stick with it and stand up for yourself - you deserve far better than you're getting.

Yup, there is def. a problem with the transmission that needs to be fixed! This is putting me through heck, but I am listing my experience to help other owners (please use a dashcam when you leave it with dealerships)!

I appreciate the support!!

*UPDATE 5/20/2016 - Clutch Failed!*: The clutch assembly in my 2015 Mustang has now failed at ~8k miles! From what I'm told, the pressure plate/clutch assembly failed and broke. So now it needs a new clutch kit which will cost me ~$1200 total. They won't cover it under warranty, so I would have to pay the cost  . This car nightmare just won't end   .

My 2015 Mustang is 100% stock, only 15 months old, with 8k miles and used for daily commuting. And, it still has the transmission problems from roughly a week old!

Any advice on this repair? Is the clutch assembly covered under warranty?

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