What did the 1987 Ford Mustang look like?
The Ford Mustang received a facelift for the 1987 model year on both the interior and exterior. The front end was restyled which gave the car more of an Aero look in keeping with Fords overall mode… More Info › 1987 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE – SILVER/BLUEGREY INTERIOR, TOP WORKS, RUNSNeeds restoration.
What kind of test light does a 1989 Foxbody Mustang use?
Instead of using a test light or voltmeter, 1989-1993 Foxbody Mustang owners can use the check engine light (it will flash with the codes). For more information on specific codes, refer to the above chart.
What do you need to test a 1986 Ford Mustang?
For 1986-1988 Mustangs, all you need is a test light or analog voltmeter and a couple of small gauge jumper wires. On the driver side towards the back of the engine bay, you need to identify the VIP/DLC connector and jump the #2 SIGRTN (signal return) and STI (self test port) together (unfolding a big paper clip will work).
Where is the code scanner on a Mustang 86-93?
Plugin the code scanner to VIP/DLC connector harness in the engine bay (right-hand, driver side for 86-93) and read out any error codes, if there are any. Listed below are the possible error codes thrown by the Mustang EEC-IV computer.
Where was the 1987 Ford Mustang last serviced?
Number of owners unknown. Last serviced at 59,525 miles in Cheektowaga, NY on 07/21/17 • Vehicle serviced • Safety inspection performed • Oil and filter changed. No accident or damage reported to CARFAX.
How many Ford Mustangs were sold in 1985?
The Hatchback GT sold over 37,088 units which was 22% of total Mustang sales for the year. To dive into the model and body splits as well as see charts and percentages, check out our 1985 Ford Mustang Production & Sales Numbers deep dive.
What was the ground effects kit on the 1987 Mustang?
The GT ground effects kit include air scoops just in front of each wheel. GTs also had taillight covers known as “cheese graters”. The 1987 Mustang was the start of some better late than never styling and performance changes.