when it breaks. seriously, timing chains don't wear, per se. they work forever and then break. there is no interval for changing them like a timing belt as they wear at a phenominally slower rate. don't worry about it.
Continue checking around to be sure, but I can tell you that the timing chain on my 95 Z28 Camaro is still fine at 187,000 miles. I will change mine the next time I do a water pump, but I would feel fine going 200,000 miles on a chain. They are incredibly beefy on the LT1 in the Camaro (a double roller from the factory if I'm remembering right). Timing belts stink, as they have to be replaced often. You can not just let these items break, as some engines are "interferance" designs, which means when the belt or chain break, the piston will strike the valves, destroying the engine. You will have to dig around to find out if your car is like that or not. Good luck.
I can tell you that my 1997 Mustang 4.6L GT convertible has 190K miles, mostly highway driving and good maintenance.
The biggest difference is the Mustang GT has a V8 engine
I have successfully replaced a convertible top on my 95 mustang and published an article on how to do it. See the link below.
yes it will
The first Ford Mustang was manufactured in 1964 . There was a gap in Mustang Convertible manufacturing from 1974 to 1983.
The prices are based on retail # The V6 convertible was $3,102.00 # The V8 convertible was $3,189.00
no, not really
You can get a new top for your 1993 Mustang at Mustangs Unlimited.
Mustang not produced to public until 1964 1/2
2 or 4
probably not the two models may look the same but the inside of the door is different so it wont fit
Reviews on a convertible Ford Mustang can be found at Car and Driver, Edmunds, Ford, CarMax. You can also find reviews in magazines related to automobiles.
One can see images of a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible on websites such as Mustang Dreams or All Ford Mustangs. Another website where one can see such images is The Truth About Cars.
According to the 2000 Ford Mustang Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used for the convertible top )
According to the 2003 Ford Mustang Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used for the convertible top )
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