How to Replace a Thermostat in a 1991 Ford Mustang?

Answer Seeing as your car is powered by what are essentially a constantly-occurring series of controlled explosions, it really shouldn't come as any kind of shock that your engine will get hot. Very hot. ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Thermostat in a 1991 Ford Ranger?

If engine sludge has built up around the thermostat in your 1991 Ford Ranger, you have noticed that the vehicle has stopped producing heat inside of the cabin. The reason the truck does not produce... Read More »

How to Replace a Detonation Knock Sensor on a 1991 Ford Mustang 2.3L?

The detonation knock sensor on your 1991 Ford Mustang is an electronic device that senses and detects knocks in your engine when they occur. Hooked to your Mustang's computer system, the knock sens... Read More »

1991 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT Specifications?

The 1991 Ford Mustang GT is a two-door, four-seat, rear-wheel drive muscle car. It is available in both hatchback and convertible body styles. The original retail prices when the car was introduced... Read More »

1991 Ford Mustang Facts?

In 1991, Ford made an attempt to revive the low sales numbers of the Ford Mustang with some changes to the model. The changes were too little and too late, however; the Ford Mustang experienced its... Read More »