Ford Mustang Service Manual: Installation

Removal

1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.

2. Remove the air cleaner outlet pipe.

3. Remove the radiator sight shield.

4. Remove the coolant recovery reservoir.


4. Remove the coolant recovery reservoir.

1. Disconnect the hose.

2. Remove the bolts.

3. Remove the coolant recovery reservoir.

5. Install the special tool.


5. Install the special tool.

6. Install the special tool.


6. Install the special tool.

7. Install the special tool.


7. Install the special tool.

8. Raise and support the vehicle.


8. Raise and support the vehicle.

9. Remove the LH engine mount nut.

10. Remove the RH engine mount nut.


10. Remove the RH engine mount nut.

11. Lower the vehicle.


11. Lower the vehicle.

12. Raise the engine.

13. Raise and support the vehicle.


13. Raise and support the vehicle.

14. Remove the oil pan drain plug and drain the engine oil.

15. Remove the starter motor.


15. Remove the starter motor.

16. Position the wiring harness bracket aside.

17. Remove the transmission lower bolts.


17. Remove the transmission lower bolts.

18. Remove the oil pan bolts.


18. Remove the oil pan bolts.

19. Position a safety stand under the subframe crossmember.


19. Position a safety stand under the subframe crossmember.

20. Remove the four subframe lower bolts.


20. Remove the four subframe lower bolts.

21. Remove the two subframe upper bolts.


21. Remove the two subframe upper bolts.

22. NOTE: Do not completely remove these bolts.


22. NOTE: Do not completely remove these bolts.

Loosen the two bolts.

23. Lower the front subframe.


23. Lower the front subframe.

24. Remove the oil pan.


24. Remove the oil pan.

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