How to Adjust the TPS Voltage on a 5.0 Mustang?

Answer The TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) in your 5.0 Mustang is a variable resistor that the on-board computer uses to calculate engine load for fuel and ignition system control. A 5 volt reference signa... Read More »

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How to Replace the Voltage Regulator in a Ford Mustang?

The following outlines the procedure for replacing the voltage regulator in Ford Mustang models from 1994 through 1998. In addition, the following applies to engines except for the 4.6L DOHC engine... Read More »

How to Adjust a Voltage Regulator?

The regulator in every vehicle's engine is in place to regulate the amount of energy going to and coming from the vehicle's battery. The voltage regulator is a part of this system and helps keep th... Read More »

How to Adjust a 12-Volt Voltage Regulator?

Most vehicles have a 12-volt battery that provides power to start the engine. The battery is recharged by an alternator and requires a constant 14-volt input while the engine is running. If the eng... Read More »

How to Adjust the Idle in a '97 Mustang GT?

You can adjust the idle on a 1997 Ford Mustang GT quickly with the appropriate Allen wrench, as the throttle adjustment screw is easily accessible under the hood. The idle can only be adjusted in a... Read More »