10 Years ago my wife purchased a very nice 1995 Mustang LX with a 3.8 liter automatic. This car was well cared for by a young college girl who wanted to get the max on trade for a new Celica. It had 89,000 miles and was great. 4 years later the heat stopped working. I took it to the local Ford dealer wanting it repaired right. They replaced the timing chain gasket and I had them do a tune up and change the oil. 12 miles later the heater quit again. I took it back and they bled the air out of the cooling system. While doing it I noticed the engine ticking very loudly. I asked and was told "All 3.8 liters do this"! My reply was this one had never done it. 3 weeks later my wife took it to her mothers about 400 miles round trip. On the way back she called and said that every time she came to a stop the oil pressure dropped. But it came back when she accelerated. I asked her to pull over and I would call the auto club to come bring it home. Of course she said it would be OK. When she got back home 2 rods were broken. I checked the oil and receipt and it had been changed but they had put 5W-20 in it. They said Ford recommended that grade for fuel economy. This car had always had Castrol 10W-30. They wanted $3,600.00 to repair it but fixed it at no charge after complaining to Ford in Detroit. But every since the Crankshaft position sensor has been off. I have taken it down there 7 to 8 times and it comes back on. I just put a new one on it and it is back on again. I was told by them that a tool had to be used to position the sensor but cannot find anything else about such a tool. Anyone have any ideas? I am afraid to go anywhere else.