Ford Mustang Service Manual: Oil Pan

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.

Oil Level Indicator and Tube
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. Disconnect the battery ground cable. 2. Remove the air cleaner outlet tube. For additional information, refer to Section. 3. Remove the radiator sight shield. 4. Install the special tool ...

Other materials:

Drive Pinion Flange and Drive Pinion Seal
Rear Drive Axle and Differential   The axle housing assembly consists of a cast center section with two steel tube assemblies and a stamped differential housing cover (4033). The differential housing cover uses silicone sealant as a gasket. ...

Wheel And Tire
Safety Precautions WARNING: Never run the engine with one wheel off the ground, for example, when changing a tire. The wheel(s) resting on the ground could cause the vehicle to move. WARNING: The tire and wheel must always be correctly matched. It is very ...

Fuel Pump Module
Fuel Tank And Lines (Description and Operation) WARNING: Do not smoke, carry lighted tobacco or an open flame of any type when working on or near any fuel-related component. Highly flammable mixtures are always present and may be ignited, possibly resulting ...