Study these instructions completely before proceeding. Engine and/or turbocharger damage may occur if any component within these instructions is improperly installed. Turbonetics, Inc or any of its distributors cannot be held responsible for damages as a result of negligent or improper installation. This complete turbocharger system can be installed using common tools and automotive procedures, [...]
Search Results for How to change the Camshaft Position Sensor on a 2006 ford mustang gt
May 7th, 2009 · No Comments
May 10th, 2009 · No Comments
Start by disconnecting the wire harness from the MAF sensor as shown.
Next loosen the hose clamp on the stock air tube to the air box as shown.
Remove the stock air tube from the stock air box as shown.
Remove the bolt that holds the stock air box in place and set aside for reuse with the [...]
July 27th, 2009 · No Comments
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. PLEASE READ #22 ON THE BACK PAGE!! Push the green plastic tabs, and remove breather hose from vehicle. (Save for later use).
2. Loosen the intake tube hose clamp on the throttle body. Slide the red tab on the electrical connector, and disconnect the mass air sensor.
3. With a 10mm socket, [...]
March 17th, 2009 · No Comments
When working on under or around any vehicle exercise caution. Please allow the vehicle’s exhaust system to cool before removal, as exhaust system temperatures may cause severe burns. If working without a lift, always consult vehicle manual for correct lifting specifications. Always wear safety glasses and ensure saje work area. Serious injury or death could [...]
July 9th, 2009 · No Comments
Why our nitrous system is better:
• A complete 1999-2004 Mustang GT specific nitrous system. Everything is included in this kit for a safe, easy, plug and play installation.
• Adjustable from 75-175 horsepower. Safe enough for stock engines, powerful enough for racing use.
• Uses a custom made Ford fuel rail adaptor. This component gives easy access [...]
August 22nd, 2009 · No Comments
Read All Instructions Before Beginning Installation
• Installation of a PRO-KIT Spring set should only be performed by a qualified mechanic experienced in the installation and removal of suspension springs.
• Use of a hoist is highly recommended and will substantially reduce installation time.
• Never work on or under a vehicle unless it is properly supported by [...]
March 16th, 2009 · No Comments
Included in this kit: Inlet pipe, coupler hose, hose clamps, air filter, air filter shield, and rubber sealant strip. (2) M-4 screws.
Tools required: Small flat screwdriver or pick, 1/4″ ratchet, 8mm, and 10mm sockets, 2.5mm Allen wrench, T-20 Torx.
Disconnect (–) negative battery terminal.
Unplug the mass air meter by sliding the red colored locking [...]
March 28th, 2009 · No Comments
Here we are installing Ford Racing C-Springs on an 04 Mustang GT. I’ll be using a 2-post lift for easy explanations and visual clarity, but the same procedure goes for those using a jack and jack stands. Remember, after installation, it is important to get a front wheel alignment. Camber/Caster plates may not be necessary [...]
December 16th, 2010 · No Comments
Problem: I have been told that ford changed the compression ratio on the later ford 429 engines, is there a way to change it back to the earlier compression ratio?
Answer: the 429 is a killer block….a domed piston will increase compression ratio and a dished piston will decrease the ratio longer or shorter piston rods [...]
August 19th, 2009 · No Comments
Setting engine timing on all current Ford 16v, Twin Camshaft engines (Zetec/Duratec) requires the tools included in VS1152.V2 Set.
Additionally, replacement of the timing belt requires the crankshaft pulley to be removed and therefore Associated Tools VS1013 or VS4736 are needed, depending upon engine type.
CAMSHAFT SETTING PLATE – VS115/01