Ford Mustang Service Manual: Front End Body Panels

Torque Specifications

Front End Body Panels


Front End Body Panels

The front end body panel components consist of the following:

  • air deflectors
  • cowl grille
  • fenders
  • fender splash shields
  • hood
  • hood hinges
  • hood weatherstrip
  • radiator grille opening panel

Fender

Removal and Installation

1. On the RH fender, remove the antenna base.

1. Remove the antenna base cap.

2. Remove the screws.

3. Remove the antenna base.

4. Disconnect the antenna cable from the antenna base.

2. Remove the front bumper cover. For additional information, refer to


2. Remove the front bumper cover. For additional information, refer to Section.

3. Remove the screw, the two pin-type retainers and the front rocker panel moulding.

4. Remove the fender splash shield screw.


4. Remove the fender splash shield screw.

5. NOTE: Position the fender splash shield aside.


5. NOTE: Position the fender splash shield aside.

Remove the lower fender bolts and, if equipped, remove the shims.

6. Through the door opening, remove the inner fender bolts.


6. Through the door opening, remove the inner fender bolts.

7. Remove the radiator grille opening panel to fender bolts.


7. Remove the radiator grille opening panel to fender bolts.

8. Remove the upper bolts and the fender.


8. Remove the upper bolts and the fender.

9. NOTE: On the RH fender, feed the antenna cable through the fender opening.


9. NOTE: On the RH fender, feed the antenna cable through the fender opening.

To install, reverse the removal procedure.

  • Check the fender alignment and adjust as needed.

Radiator Grille Opening Panel

Removal and Installation

1. Remove the front bumper cover. For additional information, refer to Section.

2. Remove the eight bolts (four on each side) and the radiator grille opening panel.

3. To install, reverse the removal procedure.


3. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

 

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