Question about Ford Mustang
Posted by Anonymous on
Ac clutch is on the front of the ac compressor there should be one of the pulleys that looks different to all the others, why are you trying to find it, if it is noisy fair enough, but if it is not cutting in then connect a test light to the wire to it it should earth through the body of the compressor and gets power from the wire but if there is no power there may be an issue with low aircon gas or a hi/low pressure switch could be a fault (dont remove the switch if there is gas in the system) it could be something as simple as a fuse hope this helps
Posted on Jul 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 ford Mustang clutch
Before attempting any work on your car go and get a Chiltons or Haynes manual (from your local auto parts store) for your year/make/model. It will cover several years and models, but has detailed instructions with photos on how to do just about anything you need to do. Secondly, I suggest you get a buddy to help you. The tranny is heavy in your car, and if not done correctly could put you in the hospital should it land on your head. Replacing the actual clutch really isn't that hard in a Mustang. Its getting the transmission out and back in (probably while the car is on jack stands) that can be hard.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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