Ford Mustang Service Manual: Installation

Removal

1. Disconnect the battery negative cable.

2. Drain the engine cooling system.

3. Remove the RH exhaust manifold. For additional information, refer to Exhaust Manifold RH in this section.

4. Remove the lower intake manifold. For additional information, refer to Lower Intake Manifold in this section.

5. Remove the push rods. For additional information, refer to Push Rod in this section.

6. Remove the drive belt.

7. Disconnect the A/C manifold and tube assembly.

8. Disconnect the A/C compressor clutch electrical connector.

9. Remove the A/C compressor bracket.


9. Remove the A/C compressor bracket.

10. Remove the three exhaust manifold studs.


10. Remove the three exhaust manifold studs.

11. NOTE: Discard the cylinder head gasket.


11. NOTE: Discard the cylinder head gasket.

NOTE: Record the location of the long bolts and the short bolts.

Remove the cylinder head. Discard the cylinder head bolts.

Installation


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