How to Remove Shackles From a 1968 Mustang?

Answer The 1968 Mustang's rear suspension consists of two shock absorbers and two leaf springs. At the back of each leaf spring is a bracket called a shackle. The shackle secures the back of the leaf spri... Read More »

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How to Remove the Molding From a 1968 Mustang?

Cars have molding around their doors and windows to help seal them. These strips are usually made of rubber and help keep rain and cold air out of the car. Over time, these strips can become worn a... Read More »

How Do I Remove Door Panels From a 1968 Ford Mustang?

The 1968 Ford Mustang was equipped with a one-piece door panel designed to hide the interior components of the door and also to enhance the appearance of the interior. The door panel featured vinyl... Read More »

How to Remove the Strut Bar Bushing on a 1968 Mustang?

The Mustang was first introduced to the public in the spring of 1964. By 1968, Ford had made several improvements, but the front suspension still used strut rods like the first pony cars. The strut... Read More »

How to Remove the Lock From the Ignition Switch in a 1968 Ford F-250?

Ford's 1968 F-250 pickup truck came equipped with a single sealed ignition lock cylinder installed into the center of the side of the ignition switch. When you turn the key, the cylinder engages wi... Read More »