How to Set the TPS on a 1986 Ford Mustang?

Answer The TPS sensor in your 1986 Ford Mustang provides a variable resistance signal to the on-board computer that indicates throttle position. This signal along with MAP (manifold absolute pressure) and... Read More »

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The Specs for a 1986 Ford Mustang SVO?

Ford produced the Mustang SVO from 1984 to 1986. The SVO engine was a significant departure from the traditional eight-cylinder engines Ford had equipped the Mustang with in the past. The SVO came ... Read More »

1986 Ford Mustang LX Specifications?

The exterior body of the 1986 did not change much from the previous year, but there are some noticeable changes under the hood. There is a new fuel injector system introduced during that year. Ther... Read More »

How to Change the Alternator on a 1986 Ford Mustang?

Replacing the alternator on your Ford Mustang may be required if you're experiencing a weak or dead battery, the car is turning over too slowly, or the alternator is making grinding noises. The alt... Read More »

How much does a 1986 Ford Mustang weigh?

The 1986 Ford Mustang GT model has a specified curb weight of 3160 lbs. The inline 4-cylindar model has a curb-weight rating of 3093 pounds. This popular sports car is 179.3 inches long, 69.1 inche... Read More »