Ford Mustang Service Manual: Engine Front Cover

Engine

 


 

 


 

 


 






A modular engine is built around four modules:


A modular engine is built around four modules:

  • the intake module
  • the cylinder head module (RH)
  • the cylinder head module (LH)
  • the lower engine module

While not all repairs can take advantage of the modular concept, most out-of-vehicle repairs benefit due to the reduction of necessary time and labor.

The basic engine components consist of the following:

  • single overhead camshafts
  • two valves per cylinder
  • sequential multiport fuel injection (SFI)
  • aluminum cylinder heads (6049)
  • cast iron, 90-degree V-shaped cylinder block
  • individual ignition coils for each spark plug
  • composite-material intake manifold
  • large-bore throttle body

Engine (DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING)

For basic mechanical concerns, refer to Section. Refer to the Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) manual.

Crankshaft Front Oil Seal
Engine       A modular engine is built around four modules: the intake module the cylinder head module (RH) the cylinder head module (LH) the lower engine module ...

Removal
Removal 1. Remove the nuts and position the radio ignition interference capacitors aside. 2. Remove the valve covers. For additional information, refer to Valve Cover RH and Valve Cover LH in this ...

Other materials:

Touchscreen climate controls
Press the CLIMATE hard button to access your climate control features. Depending on your vehicle line and option package, your climate screen may look different from the screen shown here. Climate Control Voice Commands If you are not viewing the clim ...

Brake System (Description and Operation)
Brake System (Description and Operation) Component Locations +   The vehicle is equipped with a vacuum-assisted or a hydro-boost power braking system. The braking system is a front-to-rear split hydraulic system. The front wheel brakes utilize a dua ...

Accelerator Pedal and Shaft
Acceleration Control (Description and Operation) Component Locations   The throttle is controlled by the accelerator cable which is connected to the accelerator pedal and shaft. The accelerator pedal and shaft should travel smoothly from the idle t ...