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Ford Mustang engine overhaul.
Follow our Ford Mustang 5.0L engine overhaul project. View pictures and videos from start to finish.

How to check serpentine engine drive belt
Check your engine drive belt at regular intervals. Look for cracks in the ribs, pieces missing or worn out grooves.

How to check fuses
How to check fuses. This is the first thing that should be done whenever your vehicle has an electrical problem.
How to check fuses
How to use a digital volt ohm meter(DVOM)
to check electrical circuits.
A schematic also will be needed.

ABS Traction Light
Find out why the ABS or Traction Control light is coming on the dash of your car or trucks.
For some great information and expert advice on anything related to the Ford Mustang, you can go to AmericanMuscle's tech guides section
3.1L and 3.4L
These V6 engines are 2 of the most widely used engines in all makes of cars. If you are going to fix it yourself, ask us and view these pictures of sensor locations and their descriptions and operation to help with auto repair.
Radio Display Shows LOC
We can unlock it for you. Just follow these few simple steps to retrieve a few numbers, and we will send you the unlock code with instructions on how to fix it.
Wheels and Tires
Find out everything you wanted to know about car and truck tires. How to check them, what all those numbers and letters mean, proper rotating, example and pictures.

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In Forum: Dodge And Chrysler

My 2006 chrysler 300c 5.7l start hard will idle but has no fuel pedal I've changed crankshaft position sensor throttle body pedal sensor not sure what to do next

In Forum: Chevy Silverado

I have a 1994 chevy 1500 with a 350 motor in it. It died the other day at a red light the engine died I put it in neutral, and re started it. It ran two minutes then died again. I was getting no spark and the rotor an distributor cap were fouled with corrosion so I replaced them. Still had no spark

In Forum: Cadillac

I have 2004 has sat for 10 mo without running.Put new battery in but won't start.all the lights,horn works when turn the key on but no sound when you turn the key on.have checked all the fuses they are fine

In Forum: Ford Trucks

when the ICM goes out what do you lose? No spark? No injector pulse? Or both? Does your ignition module go on the distributor or on the fender? check the distributor for a good ground. check the connection to the module. Look for a possible short in the wiring harness. Is there someone che

In Forum: Dodge And Chrysler

if you can't get your hands in between the trans and the body you could look at lowering the trans mount and see if that gives you more room

In Forum: Dodge And Chrysler

you should use a scanner and 1z0-058 pdf see what it says about your transmission. sounds like you might be losing your trans. see what you pressures are and if it has the pid for material wear.

In Forum: Honda

I'm happy that they found out what was making the noise for you. Like the video I posted, sometimes things just happen

In Forum: Chevy Cars

you know, you might replace a lot of parts before you get it right. Before you throw a bunch of parts at it, (which is called the "shotgun" approach) yu should have the vehicle scanned. Scanning the data stream when the car acts up will be the easiest way to find out what the car is doin