Assuming that a 93 mustang is simular, it's not hard. Raise the front end, the higher the better. Remove wheel on the side you wish to replace. disconnect outer tie rod from spindle by pulling cotter pin, backing off nut till flush with top of tapered bolt, hit top of bolt/nut with hammer while holding another hammer under spindle arm. when outer tie rod is free, un-screw from inner tie rod, counting turns, 41 turns on my 93. Use a wrench on the flat sides of the inner tie rod to keep it from turning. Remove jam nut. Slide off the rubber boot. The large end of boot has a stainless clamp that can be re-used if you can loosen the hoop and unsnap it. Side cutters work good for bending it tight again upon install. The large end of the driver side boot will need to be pulled off and back far enough to get a wrench on the flat part of the rack just behind the driver side inner tie rod. With the boot off, remove the small aluminum rivet from the inner tie rod (near the rack) A sharp screw driver under the head worked for me. I used a 12" adjustable wrench (opened all the way) on the tie rod while holding the rack (flat spot) with a 10" adjustable wrench. I think the new tie rod should be installed with 65 ft/lbs torque. The new inner tie rod from Autozone did not come with an aluminum rivet, but with a small wrist pin. Anyway don't forget it. Put the rest back together. The 41 or whatever turns should get you close to proper allignment. It took me 2 hrs. don't laugh.
no cause a 1994 may have a bigger engine
Yes , a 1994 Ford Mustang is rear wheel drive
On the oil pan, under the car. If you can't find the drain plug, you have no business changing your own oil.
The 1994 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT was rated at 240-horsepower
yes. they are the same.Matcheskat
No, they are different body styles.
The 1994 Ford Mustang GT came standard with a T-5 five-speed manual
where is fill plug located on 1994 mustang gt, rear diff
Not without major modification, no.
Unfortunately the 2000 Mustang and 1994 Mustang are completely different body styles. The convertible tops are also different, so a top from a 2000 would not fit on a 1994. It might be possible to modify a top from a 2000 to fit on a 1994 but it would be costly and time-consuming; buying a top for a 1994 would be much easier.
The flasher relay in a 1994 Mustang is mounted under the hood. It is in a relay box right behind the battery
The 1994 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 liter engine was rated at 215-horsepower
what is the belt diagram for a 1994 3.8L v6 mustang
The power window relay on a 1994 Ford Mustang is in the fuse box. The power window relay is silver in color.
The 1994 5.0L ford Mustang and 3.8L Ford Mustang used the OBD-II connector under the drivers dash. These were the first OBD-II Ford cars. They are NOT OBD-I.
On your 1994 Ford Mustang with the 3.8 liter V6 engine : The engine oil dipstick is on the drivers side of the engine
most decidedly not most decidedly not
No, not without major modification.
In the fuel tank.
5x4.5 or 5x114.3 metric
On a 1994 Ford Mustang GT : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of vehicle
The parts of a 1994 model mustang are only interchangable with parts of the same year, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999.
The interchangeable part for a 1994 Mustang window crank handle would be a 1991 to 1993 Mustang window crank handle. This part can also be found at some salvage yards for automobile parts.
The PCV on a 1994 Mustang 302 is located on the rear of the lower intake plenum. It fits into a rubber grommet and has a right-angle hose leading off of it.