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Do i need to replace the strut cushion when i replace the strut
If driving an older car I would replace all bushings. If they look worn and cracked yes. I have a 2002 Mustang I just bought and that's what I'm going to do. Do it now while the car is getting the struts done, Instead of down the road and you have stability trouble. But if you can't do it yourself I can see why you ask. Money. Maybe some auto repair shop is telling you so. Get a second opinion.
on May 20, 2017
Like a dead batterie no power
make sure battery cables tight and clean if cables look badly corroded replace both battery cables clean battery terminals if all is good..have battery check should have 12.5 volts.if not battery need to be charged and checked.if battery can hold charge.have alternator tested.with engine idling alternator out put at battery should be 13.5 - 14.5 volts. if not alternator faulty.make sure drive belt not damaged or loose and belt tensioner working correctly keep tension on drive belt.if you have digital voltmeter you can check battery and alternator output.
on Jan 03, 2013
Car is hesitating during acceleration
Hi there i have a 2000 v6 camaro and i just rebulit the top end of the motor over the summer my car does this same exact thing ive diagnosed it as a tps but my throttle body is all one piece and i have fly by wire system so its about 500 to replace. when its really cold in the morning it doesnt like to idle smooth also because if my coolant temp. sensor. For you i would recommend doing a compression test on all of the cylinders, checking for spark, and also check and possibly replace tps( throttle position sensor)..
on Jan 03, 2013
How do you remove the starter - 2004 Mustang V-6
I changed the starter on my 95 GT last week and it took a bit longer
than expected for as simple as it is due to space constraints. The
starter is mounted on the passenger side of the bell-housing. It's even
with the back of the front tires. First, I removed one end of the
support bar bolted on the bottom side of the frame (one bolt) and swung
it out of the way for extra room. (You'll need all you can get.)
Remove the two starter's two mounting bolts and reposition the it so
that the solenoid pews. & neg posts are towards you. Remove these
cables and then the starter should be free to remove it. You may take
the old one in to the parts store where they can test it first, tho.
Then, just reverse the process to install the new one.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_change_the_starter_on_a_2004_ford_mustang#ixzz21N3pGFt1
on Jul 22, 2012
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