I DONT KNOW IF THIS WILL HELP BUT YOU MIGHT TRY THIS . I HAD A SIMILAR PROBLEM WITH MY 93 Dodge DYNASTY.THE LIGHTS WOULD GO ON AND OFF INTERMITTENTLY. SOMETIMES I COULD ONLY GET THEM TO STAY ON BY HOLDING THE HIGH BEAM LEVER. I REPLACED THE HEADLIGHT DASH SWITCH. IT SOLVED THE PROBLEM.
in 1986 the headlights weren't fused the likely suspect would be the dimmer switch if it was located on the floor.
The 1986 Ford Mustang 3.8 liter engine was rated at 120-horsepower
Talk2DIY Automotive - 1986 Headlights to Taillights was released on: USA: 30 September 2003
The taillights are supposed to go on when the headlights are activated.
yes. 1986 was the final year of production.
No, it will not.
it will not work the wires and connectot are different
The New Gidget - 1986 The 65 Mustang 1-11 was released on: USA: 24 November 1986
( .050 inch ) - spark plug gap for 1986 Ford Mustang - 5.0 liter engine
Try searching "1986 mustang svo parts" on google - I found several good sites this way.
.050 inch spark plug gap - 1986 Ford Mustang 5.0 L ( 302 )
The 5.0 liter V8 engine in a 1986 Ford Mustang GT was rated at : ( 200 horsepower from the factory )
yes it is, there should be a button specifically for the headlights to the left of the steering wheel
I had a pair of these in 1986
Go to: www.veryuseful.com/mustang/tech/engine#Diagrams Good Luck!
Yes they are exactly the same door assembly from 79-93
On the engine end of the upper radiator hose
The value of a 1986 Ford Mustang GT T-Top typically ranges from $5,000 and $10,000. This in exceptional conditional can be worth slightly more.
Pictures of the 1986 Ford Mustang can be found in several places. Apart from books and other publications on the subject, owner forums often feature images of these vehicles.
I Hurd that the 1985 mustang gt top speed was 135mph so the 86 shouldn't be slower