2004 Ford Mustang Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2004 Ford Mustang
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2004 Ford Mustang ProblemsSqueaking noise while turning due to worn outer tie rod ends
If a squeaking noise is heard while turning the steering wheel, the outer tie rod ends may be worn and should be replaced.
The magnet for the camshaft position sensor may fall out of its mount and damage the synchronizers. This causes long crank times when starting the engine and may cause the Check Engine Light to illuminate. If this happens, both the magnets and the synchronizers need to be replaced.
The synchronizer shaft for the camshaft position sensor can cause a loud squeak or chirping noise due to failure of the upper bushing. The noise may be erratic and is usually present when the engine is warm.
2004 Ford Mustang QuestionsMy car while running the battery lite comes on the water is cold loses power (1 answer)
It does not happen all the time the the car has bee running warm its been on for a while and when the battery lite goes off the temperature gage wild go back to normal
The 4th sensor shows a speed approximately 20 miles faster. The sensor was changed and the problem remained. All tires are the same size, purchased as a set of 4. Any idea of what else could be causing this issue or where to start looking? thanks
What can i look for? Engine seems fine.
2004 Ford Mustang RecallsGas Pedal May Stick and Cause Unexpected Acceleration
On some Mustang Cobra models, the unique rear surface of the accelerator pedal may catch the cutout in the floor carpeting and not allow the engine to return to idle. This could cause longer stopping distances and/or unexpected, continued acceleration, which may lead to a crash. Dealers will install a shield over the cutout in the carpet behind the accelerator pedal. The recall began April 26, 2006. The Ford recall number is 06S43.