By "disassemble" I assume you mean replace. Jack up front of car and secure. Remove (1) mount to chassis nut on bad mount, use jack to raise engine enough to remove (2) mount to block bolts then remove the old and replace with new mount. I think they cost between $17 and $25 at the parts store unless you want the poly type.
Loosen the motor mount retaining bolt. Jack the motor up a few inches. Remove the motor mount retaining bolt and the motor mount bushing. Reverse the process to install the new motor mount.
the motor will fit but you will have to use the 5.0 mustang motor mounts.the wiring will not work.you will be better off to find a 94-95 mustang gt harness and computer unless you are going carb.
Use a jack with a board on top to support the engine. Loosen the bolts for the motor mount. Raise the engine slightly then take the bolts out and remove the motor mount. Install the new mount, tighten the bolts, then remove the jack.
replace one side at a time, take the bolt out that goes through the mount and jack motor up on that side and replace the mount.
USAAF Mustang happened in 1991.
ck motor mounts.when bad front mount will loosen ground cable,its on the mount
My 1991 Mustang 5.0 LX came from the factory with ( 5W-30 ) I ASSUME your Ford Thunderbird would be the same
yes it will
Yes, it can be seen looking from the slave cyl/bell housing area
a 1991 Honda civic motor
I had a 1991 Ford Mustang 5.0 L - LX - automatic , and it had 2.73 's
In a 1991 Ford Mustang : The 5.0 liter V8 is rated at ( 225 horsepower from the factory )