A set of 4 wheels and tires from a 2000 Mustang GT.
Tires have about 25% tread left, rims are in very nice shape although a few have some minor...
Yeah I'd pull codes too if you haven't already (I current have no codes).
I've also done a cylinder balance test and a compression test...
Same deal here,
No OBD codes at the moment.
My car does the same exact thing.
It IS the brakes. I can get it to happen everytime I back out of my driveway and then take off down...
Count me in
Count me in with this issue as well. I've been fighting it since day one with this car.
As long as the car is in nice shape and we are talking tasteful bolt-ons I could not agree more.
Life is short people, these cars were...
*EDIT, just saw you referenced another post, I'll go read that one now*
I'm pretty sure a code 96 just means the computer logged the fuel pump...
Yeah, I swapped all 8 of mine out long ago for a rebuilt set with a bench test flow sheet. No change.
Same issue after swapping heads huh... I have no clue then I guess. Maybe it's time to pull the motor and have it looked at. I'm no stranger...
Good luck, I have the exact same issue and have tried everything you have and then some.
If you don't have the money or want to take the plunge to 5 lug your best bet is just to get the stock system freshened up.
I may go 5 lug...
I guess I should have been more specific...
I am unsure about the EXACT procedure when putting the rockers back on. TDC and all...
*Edit, just realized you are already done* :rolleyes:
I also recommend picking up a new bag of springs. When I did mine (also my first...
I am going to be helping a buddy with an 150,000 mile 88GT do a headgasket replacement. Hes a newbie wrench turner so it will mostly be me :D =
The cap on top is the vent cap (although you can fill it there, you will still need to remove the fill plug to know when you have...
The fill plug is on the driver side of the back of the diff (opposite the cover) right near where the driveshaft connects.
Another vote for on.
Mine is more on the black side than brown and I think my stockish engine bay looks better with it.
Ford Racing M-4700-C is the part number, I paid $117 shipped from Summit.
The only other items you need to complete the install are:
+1 I've never needed a special tool to put a new balancer on.
You DID remove the big washer when you removed the crank bolt right?
If you did not, there is your problem.