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2011-2017 Mustang GT Coyote Coil Cover Plates - Install & Review
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Published on 2018-08-13
Mustang Coyote Coil Cover Plates.
Give your 5.0 Mustang's engine bay a customized appearance with these 2011-2017 Mustang GT Coyote coil cover plates from LMR.com! When looking to dress-up the styling of your engine bay, these 2011-2017 Coyote coil cover plates are a quick and easy way to stand out from the crowd. The installation of these plates is simple, as they bolt-on directly to your existing factory plastic coil covers using 6 holes that you will need to drill using the cover plate as a template. Pick up a set of these Coyote coil cover plates today and separate yourself from the rest of the Coyote motors!
Machined from one piece of high-quality billet aluminum to the precise size to fit over the "Powered By Ford" logo on the factory coil covers of your 2011-2017 Mustang GT. Featuring a black anodized finish with the COYOTE text engraved on the face, and 6 pre-drilled holes for the included stainless steel bolts to secure the plates to the coil covers. Simple step-by-step installation instructions are included with the cover plates, making for a quick and painless installation!
- Drilling of the factory plastic coil covers will be required for the proper installation of these billet aluminum covers.
- Must use factory coil covers that read "Powered by Ford".
- These are NOT a replacement for your factory coil covers.
Application: 2011-2017 Mustang GT
Item # LRS-6067BC
How’s it going everyone? Landan with lmr.com! In this video, I’m going to be checking out and installing these Coyote coil cover plates designed for the 2011 to 2017 Mustang GTs.
Engine dress-up is always a debatable topic amongst Mustang enthusiasts.
Some like it… some don’t! But, hey! That’s the joy of the hobby right? Doing what YOU want to YOUR Mustang regardless of what it may be.
These coil cover plates are a great addition to any 2011 to 2017 Coyote Mustang owner.
They’re machine cut from billet aluminum right here in the USA and feature a black anodized finish that is sure to blend well with most engine bays.
On the top of each plate is an engraved Coyote logo with a modern font style similar to the “Powered by Ford” lettering.
Now these do attach to a factory coil cover that reads “Powered by Ford” and are retained to the cover with the provided hardware.
Each plate is side specific and you will have to drill six small holes into each cover.
To begin, pop the hood and locate your coil covers.
On the driver side, release the small gray tab from the PCV connection on the inlet elbow.
Rotate the PCV hose and then release the tab on the valve cover.
Set this aside.
Pull up on the coil cover to remove it from the valve cover.
On the passenger side, release the tab on the PCV connection and position it out of the way.
Rotate the oil fill cap counter-clockwise to remove it.
Pull up on the coil cover to remove and then reinstall the oil cap.
Set the coil covers on a work bench.
The plates will be side specific in that the passenger side plate will have a small cutout for the PCV connection.
The plates have machined locating rails that sit inside of the coil cover grooves.
Be sure you center the plate side and of course make sure the lettering is reading the same as the coil cover.
Once centered, hold the plate in place and drill one of the corner holes with a five-thirty-second drill bit.
Slide a screw threw through top and then thread on a nut.
Drill another hole in the opposite corner.
Install some hardware.
Drill the remaining holes.
Remove the hardware and plate.
Clean up any shavings and then debur the inside of the coil cover.
Now you can fully install the cover plate.
You will need to clearance the plastic casting on the backside of the driver side coil cover in order for the nyloc nut to properly seat.
Install all of the hardware.
Hold the button-head machine screw with a two and a half millimeter Allen key.
Tighen the nyloc nut with a 7mm socket or wrench.
Repeat this for the other hardware.
Repeat these steps for the other side.
Reinstall the covers and be sure to reconnect the PCV connections.
After that, you’re all finished!
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