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1990 Ford Mustang GT

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1990 Ford Mustang GT Problems

Suspension & Steering -- Verified

If a squeaking noise is heard while turning the steering wheel, the outer tie rod ends may be worn and should be replaced.

1990 Ford Mustang GT Recalls (Recent)

Electrical & Lights, June 7, 1996


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1990 Ford Mustang GT Questions and Answers

uniquejd, 1990 Ford Mustang GT, Bridgeport, CT

how do i remove the cigarette lighter on a 1989 mustang

joettaelliott, 1990 Ford Mustang GT, Little Rock, AR

Is it possible to repair damaged or warped frame of a 1985 Ford Mustang GT (Hatchback)? If so, what is estimated costs? Mustang suffered a substanial blow when a large truck impacted left front tir...

82gt, 1990 Ford Mustang GT, Noblesville, IN

how much fluid does it take

badbrad, 1990 Ford Mustang GT, Walla Walla, WA

my engine whines when it is running.

galvas15, 1990 Ford Mustang GT, Dayton, OH

My engine has a faint knocking sound and when i say faint i mean you have to listen for it(i know its not a knocking rod because its not loud at all)i put my ear right next to the heads as the moto...

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1990 Ford Mustang GT Reviews

I acquired a 1990 GT Convertible 5-speed, 25 year edition, in need of some TLC.
Work I had done> 1. Two front seats re-upholstered, New Ford Blue Convertible top, with new headliner. Front door panel map holders redone. After-market caster-camber plate and alignment. Transmission and differential service, and new headlight switch.

DIY work> Replaced all 6 shocks, new plugs, plug wires, rotor and distributor cap, flushed radiator, new thermostat, new radiator hoses, and AFE air filter.

Results: Reliable and fun to drive.

My brother purchased a brand new 1990 Mustang GT with the 5 speed manual. It was ultra blue metallic with titanium silver lower body and lower front and rear facias, and a titanium leather interior, and was equipped with virtually every factory option. That was actually a rare color combo on 1990 Mustangs. The Mustang was rock solid reliable. And it was left all stock. We really regretted selling the Mustang since they're so rare now to find them unmolested. Oh, well. The one and only warranty covered problem the Mustang had was due to the matte finished titanium silver paint on the soft trim. Ford had a paint adhesion problem on some of its 1990 vehicles. Once it was repined the paint was fine. Wish we didn't sell that car:(

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