Ford Mustang Service Manual: Reservoir - CIII Pump

Power Steering (Description and Operation)

System View

Steering System Components - 3.8L Engine

 


 

Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine


Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine

 


 

Steering Gear Mounting


Steering Gear Mounting

 


 

Steering Gear


Steering Gear

 


 


Power Steering Pump - CII


Power Steering Pump - CII

Power Steering Pump - CIII


Power Steering Pump - CIII

Power Steering Gear Identification


Power Steering Gear Identification

CAUTION: Always use the ID code when ordering service parts.

The steering gear identification code is stamped into the housing.

 


 

Power Steering Pump Identification


Power Steering Pump Identification

CAUTION: Always use the ID code when ordering service parts.

The pump identification code is located on a tag attached to the power steering pump.

 


 

Reservoir - CIII Pump


    Power Steering (Description and Operation)
    Power Steering (Description and Operation) System View Steering System Components - 3.8L Engine   Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine   Steering Gear Mounting   Steering ...

    Pump - CII
    Power Steering (Description and Operation) System View Steering System Components - 3.8L Engine   Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine   Steering Gear Mounting   Steering ...

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    Sync applications and services (if equipped)
    Note: In order for the following features to work, your cellular phone must be compatible with SYNC. To check your phones compatibility, visit www.SYNCMyRide.com, www.SYNCMyRide.ca or www.syncmaroute.ca. SYNC Services (if equipped, United States only): ...

    Wheel Leaks
    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 ...

    Pinpoint Tests
    Principles of Operation The speed control system is designed to maintain vehicle speed above 48 km/h (30 mph). After the ON switch is depressed, depressing the SET/ACCEL switch will activate the speed control servo. To increase a set speed, either depress an ...