Ford Mustang V8 1964 - 1973 Haynes Owners Service & Repair Manual covers Mustang, Mach I, GT, Shelby and Boss V8 models 1964 - 1973 equipped with V8 engines.
Engines covered are all petrol V8s:
● 260 cubic inches (4261 cc)
● 289 cubic inches (4737 cc)
● 351 cubic inches (5753 cc)
● 390 cubic inches (6392 cc)
● 427 cubic inches (6999 cc)
● 428 cubic inches (7015 cc)
● 429 cubic inches (7031 cc)
● Boss 302 (4950 cc)
● Boss 351 (5753 cc)
● Boss 429 (7031 cc)
● Cleveland 351 (5753 cc)
Manual transmissions covered are 3- and 4-speed with floor shift levers. From 1970 on, the 4-speed was fitted with a Hurst shifter. Overhaul information is provided for the manual transmissions.
Automatic transmissions covered are C4, C6 and FMX 3-speed. Only regular maintenance and adjustments are described. it is recommended that automatic transmissions be taked to a specialist workshop for major repairs or overhaul.
Please note: This manual DOES NOT include 6 Cylinder inline engines.
● Introduction: Vehicle Identification Numbers. Buying Parts. Safety. Maintenance Techniques. Chemical And Lubricants, And More.
● Tune-Up And Routine Maintenance
● General Engine Overhaul Procedures
● Cooling, Heating And Air-Conditioning Systems
● Fuel And Exhaust Systems
● Engine Electrical Systems
● Emissions Control Systems
● Suspension And Steering Systems
● Chassis Electrical System
● Wiring Diagrams
● convertible top
● Convertible top motor & pump overhaul, removal & installation
NOTE: Only maintenance, adjustment, minor repair procedures plus removal and installation are described for the Transmissions.
Haynes repair manuals can save you money on maintenance and repair bills. Step-by-step procedures and illustrations guide you through every job, from basic maintenance and troubleshooting, to complete teardown & rebuild.
PLEASE NOTE that these manuals are written in the USA and apply to petrol engine cars (except where diesel is specifically mentioned) built to US specifications. (So, the Ford titles deal with Ford of America products, not Ford of Europe, and so on.) Although they are useful when the products or systems are similar to those in other markets, there may still be significant differences, especially in areas concerned with safety and emission control.
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