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  1. Classic Tech
    Hello.... ever since i got this car its been leaning unevenly on the driver side. its a little low.. i took advantage on changing the shocks hoping it will fix the problem. i change all four shocks with brand new ones for a good deal of 40$ good shocks from Autozone.. Completed the swap still...
  2. 2005-2010 Mustang GT Tech
    My 2006 GT just hit 70k miles so I decided it would be a good time for a tune up... I did my research here about the plugs breaking and whatnot before attempting to change them. Well even after going slow and using the PB Blaster (2 hour soak), 4 out of the 8 broke. Batting .500 :heha: But I...
  3. 2005-2010 Mustang GT Tech
    I have a 2007 GT and I've been running a Brenspeed 93 octane tune for about 2 years now with no problems... I recently changed my spark plugs with HT1 spark plugs at 55000 miles... and it seems since then I get a little bit of surging in 4th and 5th gears and a little more surging in 1st and...
  4. 2005-2010 Mustang Talk
    does anyone know where i can find some oem 07+ gt500 rear springs?
  5. 4.6L Tech
    Hi Again , I just replaced the original OEM Original Coils on my 2000 GT with a set of GMS Ford 2V Hot-Street Coil Pack,40k Coil Packs, and I decided to change the spark plugs as well, I put Autolite Iiridium Perfomance 9 on it, the question... I Need to calibrate them ? Or let them just like...
  6. 2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech
    I left my lights on and drained the battery. I turned the key, and all I here is a weird clicking noise in the engine, which eventually stopped after keeping the key turned for a couple of minutes. So I grab a portable battery charger pack, and hook it up. I turned the key to accessory position...
  7. 5.0L Tech
    My car is going thru ignition coils every couple of months does any one know why this is happening?
  8. 4.6L Tech
    Hello, I have experienced some of my coils (COP - Coil on Plug) going bad this year. When my car was obviously running on less than 8 cylinders, a local mechanic showed me that by simply unplugging a coil and noting no drop in idle I could pinpoint a bad one without having to use a code...
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