1990 Ford Mustang Clutch Installation?

Answer The clutch in your 1990 Ford Mustang is a mechanical device that allows engine torque from the engine to be transferred to the transmission while driving. During stopping, the clutch is disengaged ... Read More »

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How to Install a Fan Clutch in a 1990 Ford Ranger?

The 1990 Ford Ranger fan clutch is a silicone-filled, turbine mechanism. When cold, the clutch freewheels, causing the fan to rotate slowly. As the silicone absorbs heat conducted through the clutc... Read More »

How to Adjust the Clutch in a Ford Mustang?

There is more than one reason to adjust the clutch in your Mustang; the clutch may be worn; the pedal feels "mushy"; you may experience difficult when you shift; or, you may not like the point at w... Read More »

How to Install a Thermostat on a 1990 Ford Mustang 2.3 L?

If your temperature gauge begins to malfunction, such as reading normal when the engine is obviously overheating or not reading a temperature at all, then you must replace the thermostat in your ca... Read More »

1990 Ford Mustang Headrest Removal?

The headrests on a 1990 Ford Mustang are designed to provide support to the heads of the driver and passenger. When properly adjusted, the headrests stop excessive head travel, helping to prevent s... Read More »