Mine has the stock spoiler but I will order the next one without it. I think the new Stangs look much cleaner and retro minus the spoiler. Just my 2...
I absolutely agree. It isn't the way to do business, but it is a fact of life for the big 3. As hard as it to say, the Japanese have us beat hands...
I raised the stops already but that doesn't help. The shake continues even though there is absolutely no play after the hood is closed. The car goes...
Yep. The info is in the manual.
Agreed. Its the how and when that bothers me. Maybe an adjustment to the hood latching mechanism is the answer.
I'd be cautious about using GooGone. Its pretty strong stuff and might damage the paint. :shrug:
Yep. A TSB would be a great start and would give the dealers some guidance about what to adjust and how much. My dealer is clueless.
Its interesting that so many people are not experiencing the hood shaking problem. It seems more and more likely that the hoods that do shake were...
Thanks for the link. What I'm really trying to find out is if Ford has fixed the problem on later build dates.
My GT was built in December and I have the famous hood shaking problem starting at about 70 MPH or in strong winds. Anyone with a later build date...
niner555. Could you post pics of the NOS system? I would like to see the layout etc.
I agree with the others. There is no need to undercoat unless you drive in snow country (salt).
The brake rust is normal. Buy it and drive it like you stole it. :)
Good info. Thanks!
I take the Stang to a full service car wash because of a heart condition. They just use soap and high pressure water on the wheels.
No brake noises here at 4500 miles. Very strange. :shrug:
Mike, you might want to give the dealer a copy of the TSB. Its floating around the forum in several posts.
Agreed. I have the Falken FK451s also but am not having any problems (255/18 fronts, 275/18 rears). Sounds like you may have a slightly out-of-round...
I had my tank replaced about 2 months ago and have had no problems since.