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2004 mustang tsbs

TSB 07-16-17
08/20/07
SPARK KNOCK UNDER LIGHT LOAD AND
ACCELERATION - 3.8L, 3.9L, AND 4.2L - SPLIT PORT
INTAKE MANIFOLD RUNNER CONTROL (IMRC)

ISSUE:
Various vehicles equipped with a 3.8L, 3.9L or 4.2L engine and Split Port IMRC may exhibit spark knock under light load and acceleration.


TSB 07-4-3
03/05/07
LEATHER - WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL - LEATHER
COMING LOOSE

ISSUE:
Some vehicles equipped with leather-wrapped steering wheels may exhibit the leather coming loose from the spoke area


TSB 07-1-7
01/22/07
MERCON(R) ATF REPLACED BY MERCON(R) V AS A
SERVICE FLUID FOR SOME POWER STEERING
SYSTEMS

ISSUE:
MERCON(R) Automatic Transmission Fluid is being replaced by MERCON(R) V as a service fluid for power steering systems originally requiring MERCON(R).

(SAME THING FOR TRANSMISSIONS)

TSB 06-21-19
10/30/06
HEATER CORE LEAKAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS
ISSUE:
The majority of repeat heater core leaks are due to high flow rate or use of poor quality coolant. However, electrolysis should also be checked, especially when repeat repairs have occurred


TSB 06-18-16
09/18/06
IDENTIFYING THE CORRECT REPLACEMENT HEAD
GASKET FOR CERTAIN REMANUFACTURED
ENGINES - SERVICE TIP

ISSUE:
On various vehicles when servicing the head gasket on certain Ford remanufactured engines, it is critical to determine the type of remanufactured engine that is being serviced, in order to identify the correct replacement gasket.

TSB 06-15-8
08/07/06
KEYPAD DIAGNOSTICS - DEALER INSTALLED ACCESSORY
ISSUE:
Some vehicles may experience a concern with the keyless entry keypad. In order to properly diagnose the concern with the keyless entry keypad, it is important to identify whether the keypad is a factory installed style (wired) or a Genuine Ford Accessory (GFA) radio frequency (RF) style keypad.

TSB 06-4-9
03/06/06
A/C COMPRESSOR NOT OPERATIONAL / LOW FREON-SHAFT SEAL LEAKS
ISSUE:
Some 2002-2006 vehicles equipped with an FS-10 A/C compressor may experience a non operational A/C compressor due to a low freon level caused by a leaking shaft seal.

TSB 06-4-4
03/06/06
LIMITED SLIP AXLE CHATTER, SHUDDER, BINDING
SENSATION, OR VIBRATION DURING LOW SPEED
TURNING MANEUVERS

ISSUE:
Some 2002-2004 Mustang vehicles equipped with 8.8" limited slip rear axle may exhibit a chatter shudder, a binding sensation, or a vibration during low speed turns.

TSB 05-14-3
07/25/05
SQUEAK/CREAK NOISE FROM STEERING RACK
WHEN TURNING

ISSUE:
Some 2002-2004 Mustang vehicles may exhibit a squeak or creak type noise when turning,Replace both power steering gear tube brackets

TSB 04-26-13
12/31/04
1-2 SHIFT CLASH, GRIND OR HARD TO SHIFT- TR3650 5 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
ISSUE:
Some 2004 Mustang vehicles, equipped with the TR3650 5 speed manual transmission, may exhibit a clash or grind noise when shifting from 1st to 2nd gear. There may also be a loss of 2nd gear.


TSB 04-21-6
11/01/04
EXHAUST LEAK - CRACKED OR SEPARATED RIGHT
SIDE EXHAUST PIPE - 3.8L AND 3.9L ENGINES

ISSUE:
Some 1999-2004 Mustang LX vehicles, equipped with a 3.8L or 3.9L engine may exhibit an exhaust leak. This may be due to a cracked or fractured right side exhaust pipe, just forward of the first catalytic converter. This crack may be due to condensation dripping onto the pipe.


TSB 04-19-8
09/22/04
MANUAL TRANSMISSION HARD TO SHIFT INTO FIRST/REVERSE FROM A STOP
ISSUE:
Some 1999-2004 Mustang vehicles equipped with a T5, T45 or TR3650 manual transmission, may exhibit a hard to shift condition into first or reverse gears from a stop. This may be due to an incomplete disengagement of the clutch (lack of clutch pedal reserve).

TSB 04-13-7
6/28/04
REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER GRID/INTEGRAL
ANTENNA DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR - TERMINAL TAB
REPAIR

ISSUE:
Some vehicles may exhibit inoperative electric rear window defroster (heated backlite) grid lines, integral antenna concerns causing radio reception issues or terminal tabs pulled from the rear window glass

TSB 04-5-3
03/22/04
CLIMATE CONTROL - RATTLE NOISE FROM
INSTRUMENT PANEL VENTS - DIFFICULT TO ADJUST/NOISE - CLIMATE CONTROL - RATTLE NOISE
FROM INSTRUMENT PANEL VENTS - DIFFICULT TO ADJUST

ISSUE:
Some 2001-2004 Mustang vehicles may exhibit climate control panel vents (barrel vent) with vanes that are difficult to adjust, and/or may make a rattling type noise. This may be due to detachment of the air vanes from the pilot holes in the vent housing.


HOPE THIS HELPS YOU ALL AS MUCH AS IT HELPED ME! :shiny:

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Thanks for the info buddy....

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