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1995 Ford Mustang Consumer Discussions

1995 Ford Mustang
Hello, my mustang manages to overheat quickly some days it dosent overheat but it still runs hot. It does have a misfire. The spark plugs and all are going to get checked but my question is can bad ti...

When i have the car idling in park it acts as if it wants to die (rough). Once it is in drive it will hesitate then it drives fine if you are accelearating. If not it shakes and jerks and when you co…...

I want to drain my radiator without removing the hose. Where it is and how to get to it will be appreciated...

^ 1993-1994 2.3L Mustang...

Before I continue, I must admit that I am deciding between a Mustang GT Convertible or a 325i....

I think they're a great combination of current styling (well, at the time anyway) and heritage cues. Taillights, fake-scoop-o-rama and the door styling all evoke Mustangs of old, but without being ov...

Sounds like there is a lot of reliability problems with the NEW 2005 Mustang or at least the early ones from what I saw on the Ford Mustang 2005 Problems and Solutions boards..... WAY MORE then GTO. ...

Ford won the 2005 Grand-Am Cup manufacturers' Championship with the new Mustang. The new Mustang won five races....

I have one friend, let's date back to 1995, he wanted a Mustang... Well he knew from me, that the 4.6L V8 would be fitted into it, later... Sure enough he waited... Then he found out, a new re-styled ...

By the way, what does a head gasket job cost for a 1995 Mustang ?...

with all the thousands of people with 64-69 Mustang coupes. Granted, the cars not worht that much money, but people like old mustangs, fix them up, drive them. In short, they don't get the payback ...

instead. I currently drive an immaculate 1995 Mustang GT with 110,000 miles that has been virtually trouble-free since Day One. Am I crazy to even be thinking about throwing away great handling and...

Although the ride is stiff, the hadling is very tight (huge anti-rollbar) and has good steering (rack and pinion). To me it feels like a big Mustang; stiff and fun. When Ford revised the Explorer in...
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