Late Model Restoration has finally put together a collection of videos that show you just how to get those boring maintenance tasks done right. From changing your engine oil, to changing the air filter, LMR is offering to show you how to get it done quickly and correctly on your Mustang. Keep your Mustang in perfect running condition with these Mustang Maintenance Guides!
Check out our new articles in which we use GIFs to show just how to do each of these tasks! With these guides, you are sure to get the fixes you need to get your Mustang back in peak-performance shape!
Within these guides we will outline just how to:
Changing your Mustang's oil is one of the most important services you need to do to properly maintain your Stang. Late Model Restoration walks you through this easy task, showing you a quick and easy way to perform this routine maintenance. You will want to change your Mustang's oil every 3,000 miles or every 3 months,... more
Tools Needed: Quality Brake Clean Shop Towels Rags Drain Pan Jack Stands 3/8's inch Rachet with Extension Fluid Transfer Pump Step-by-step Instructions Step 1: Start by jacking up the car. Make sure the car is not hot before starting. Step 2: Locate the drain plug on the transmission ... more
Tools Required: Pair of Hands! Step 1: Locate the retaining clips on the air box lid. Un-hook the lid and set it aside. Step 2: Remove the old air filter and properly dispose of it. If you’re using a high-flow, washable and re-usable filter; inspect it every oil change. Clean this filter per the man... more
Tools you will need: Jack and Jack Stands Socket Set Line Wrench Set Clear Hose That Fits Over the Brake Bleeders on the Caliper Brake Clean Rags Drain Bucket Step 1: Jack up the car and support it via jack stands. Step 2: Open the master cylinder cap and top off the reservoir with the appro... more
Tools you will need: Jack and Jack Stands Socket Set Safety Glasses Gloves Flathead Screwdriver Rags Drain Bucket Step 1: Pop the hood and disconnect the negative battery cable. Step 2: Locate the fuel schrader valve, remove the protective cap, & depress the valve so that it relieves pressur... more
Tools Required: Socket Set Flat Head Screwdriver Drain Pan Gasket Scraper Brake Clean (Optional) Step 1: Lift your Mustang with either jacks and a jackstand or with a lift. Step 2: Place a bucket or drain pan under your rear end, and loosen and remove all but the top cover bolts. Ste... more
Tools Required: Breaker Bar Socket Set Step 1: Pop the hood and locate the belt tensioner. Step 2: Determine what size socket or drive you will need to release pressure from the tensioner. Place the socket/drive onto the tensioner and turn counter clockwise. Step 3: While keeping tension of... more
Tools Required: Socket Wrench Spark Plug Socket Spark Plug Gapper Step 1: Disconnect The Negative Battery Cable. Step 2: Remove the factory air box if equipped for easier access to the spark plugs Step 3: Disconnect the spark plug wires, making sure to remember the correct order they we... more