Ford Mustang Service Manual: Handles, Locks, Latches and Mechanisms

General Specifications

Torque Specifications


Torque Specifications

LOCK REPAIR/REPLACEMENT SPECIFICATIONS


LOCK REPAIR/REPLACEMENT SPECIFICATIONS

Handles, Locks, Latches And Mechanisms (Description and Operation)


Floor Console
Instrument Panel (Removal and Installation) Removal CAUTION: Electronic modules are sensitive to static electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may result. 1. Remove the drive ...

Handles, Locks, Latches And Mechanisms (Description and Operation)
Handles, Locks, Latches And Mechanisms (Description and Operation) Lock Cylinders Individual lock cylinders are repaired by discarding the inoperative lock cylinder and building a new lock cy ...

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Pinpoint Tests
Principles of Operation Multifunction Wipers The front wiper/washer feature controls the speed of the front windshield wipers and the amount of washer fluid sprayed on the front windshield when requested by the customer. There are five (5) wiper ...

Brake Booster - Vacuum (Description and Operation)
Brake Booster - Vacuum (Description and Operation) Power Brake Booster   The vacuum type power brake booster (2005): is a dual diaphragm, vacuum assisted power brake booster reduces brake pedal force and travel distance. is located on the LH s ...

Wheel Hub and Bearing
Wheel Studs Removal 1. Remove the wheel hub (1104). For additional information, refer to Wheel Hub and Bearing in this section. 2. Using a press, remove the wheel stud (1107) from the wheel hub. Installation 1. Using a press, install a new wheel stud. 2. I ...