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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011 Thread Starter
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Lubricating chassis points on 2011 Mustang GT

Has anyone "been underneath" and seen any fittings we should lube on a regular basis?


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I don't remember seeing any zerk fittings when I was under there placing a FilterMag on the oil filter.

And I am still waiting for the paper Ford Mustang Shop Manual from Helm. I dont believe that there is anything to grease under there as routine maintenance.


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I don't remember seeing any zerk fittings when I was under there placing a FilterMag on the oil filter.
Really, no grease fittings at all to lube?

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I don't see too many modern cars with greasable fittings. All bushings are either solid rubber, sealed fluid filled rubber, or rubber sealed ball joints. Unless you get aftermarket polyurethane bushings, some of those come with grease fittings.
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Really, no grease fittings at all to lube?
Nope, that was one of the many things I went over with the service techs before I purchased mine. The 2011 GTs (can't speak for any other varieties) have zero grease fittings to lubricate. Aftermarket parts may, but stock does not.
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