1997 Ford Mustang GT Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1997 Ford Mustang GT

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1997 Ford Mustang GT
$627 to $1,047
1997 Ford Mustang GT
$537 to $783
1997 Ford Mustang GT
$211 to $295
1997 Ford Mustang GT
$158 to $360
1997 Ford Mustang GT
$276 to $692

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

Internal heater blower motor issues can cause a ticking noise from the heater blower when the fan is on. To correct this concern, replace the heater blower motor with a revised unit.

An internal transmission issue can cause a longer than normal shift from first to second gear, and it can feel harsh. Premature wear of the accumulator seal from scuffing of the accumulator case bore is the cause, and replacing the 1-2 accumulator spring, seal, and piston will correct this concern.

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I have trouble moving from second to forth gear when getting on freeway, then it kicks in at 4RPM then goes back down to normal I have just had service done on it.The man said I need a new transmission. do I ??????? thanks for any help you can give

Shifts into neutral fine and even feels as if he's properly in gear I move to, but once I let off the clutch.....he's always in/ends up in 5th gear. It doesn't matter if I go to 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th from neutral position. I'm always in 5th once I remove my foot from the clutch.

Manual transmission. Odometer works, but speedometer does not.

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1997 Mustang GT Convertible - 178,000 miles - Replaced the automatic transmission twice (that seems excessive)and the rear end went out, and the anti-sway bar broke. Replaced canvas top and replaced leather interior - makes sense given the sunny climate and amount of exposure. Never a problem with engine. Alternator finally failed at 176,000. Car idles so smooth you think it had stalled. Brakes...

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