1987-1993 Fox Body Mustang Engine Sensor Kit - 5.0
Eliminate all of the common idle and drivability issues caused by intermittent sensors on your 5.0 equipped 1987-1993 Fox Body Mustang with this complete engine sensor kit! After numerous years of service, the electronically controlled engine parameter sensors tend to wear out and produce erratic signals causing poor engine performance. To eliminate the time-consuming task of diagnosing which sensor is at fault, this Fox Body Mustang engine sensor kit includes the most commonly replaced sensors on 1987-1993 Mustangs. Included in this kit are the two oxygen sensors, an idle air control motor, a throttle position sensor, a coolant temperature sensor, and an air charge temperature sensor. This kit is the perfect choice for those who are seeking to eliminate check engine lights, renew a smooth idle, and improve the drivability of their Fox Body Mustang.
Faulty oxygen sensors are one of the most common causes for check engine lights as they play a crucial role by constantly monitoring the air/fuel ratio in the exhaust gasses. These sensors are located in the mid-pipe section of the exhaust system and are a simple thread-in and plug-in installation. When oxygen sensors go bad, they can cause faulty readings leading to poor driveability, poor gas mileage, and check engine lights to illuminate. Replacing the oxygen sensors will cure this check engine light by ensuring the readings are within specifications improving engine performance.
Throttle Position Sensor
Easily adjust the position of the throttle blade on your 1987-1993 Fox Body Mustang with this brand new throttle position sensor. The throttle position sensor is a crucial component to a smooth running engine as it relays information to the ECU what the position of the throttle blade should be. Common symptoms of an intermittent throttle position sensor include a rough/hanging idle, loss of power, and bad fuel economy. Featuring the factory electrical connection, this high-quality replacement sensor includes the correct zinc-coated retaining hardware allowing for a simple installation and easy voltage adjustments!
Idle Air Control Motor
A defective idle air control motor can be quite a havoc for your Fox Body Mustang as its entire job is to control changes in the idle caused by increases or decreases in engine load. An IAC can fail from excess carbon build-up that normally causes surges and poor idle quality. This sensor is bolted directly to the throttle body with two mounting bolts and plugs into the factory engine harness, making installation a breeze.
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
Located in the metal heater tube, the engine coolant temperature sensor plays a fundamental role by constantly relaying information to the ECU in order to properly regulate the air/fuel ratio, ignition timing, and EGR flow. A malfunctioning Fox Body Mustang coolant temperature sensor can provide false information to the computer causing anything from an erratic idle to a catastrophic engine failure! Featuring the factory thread pitch and the factory electrical connection, this sensor is the perfect insurance for the engine in your 1987-1993 Mustang.
Air Charge Temperature Sensor
Positioned in the lower intake manifold, the air charge temperature sensor reads the temperature of the incoming air and relays the information back to the ECU. Based upon this information, the ECU can make the proper adjustments to the air/fuel ratio in order for your Mustang to run at its peak performance. An intermittent ACT sensor can cause the ECU to make incorrect calculations to this ratio resulting in a lack of power, troublesome cold starts, and decreased fuel economy.