What does TSB stand for on Ford Mustang?

What does TSB stand for on Ford Mustang?

Click the TSB ID numbers below to see the full TSB, there is also a brief description of the TSB below the number. Ford Motor Company has “consolidated” high and low content harnesses to make the service selection easier, and to reduce the number of harnesses required for service.

Are there any recalls on 2008 Mustang TSB’s?

During an air bag deployment, if a small female in the front passenger seat is not wearing the safety belt, and has the seat in the full forward position, there may be an increased potential for a neck injury. Dealers will reprogram the restraint control module free of charge. The recall began on march 3, 2008.

What kind of engine does a Mustang GT500 have?

Some 2005-2009 Mustangs (excludes GT500) equipped with either a 4.0L or 4.6L engine may exhibit a heavy driveline shudder on acceleration from a stop or between 3-15 MPH (5-24 Km/h). On 4.0L engines there may also be an above average engine presence. The wrong transmission crossmember assembly may have been installed from the factory.

Can a 2005 Mustang TSB have a no start?

Some 2005-2008 Mustang vehicles may experience a no start and have a discharged battery. They are usually stored for prolonged periods of time or are driven infrequently for short distances. Batteries will discharge while the vehicle is in storage due to normal current draw loads.

Are there any recalls on 2007 Ford Mustangs?

Ford TSB Article # 06-25-3. Issue. Some 2007 Mustangs equipped with a Pioneer Navigation Radio may appear to have a defective seek function. It may be reported that the radio seek function is inoperative, seek will not stop (keeps scrolling through stations), or the radio exhibits poor FM reception.

What kind of transmission does a 2007 Mustang have?

Some 2007-2008 Mustang vehicles equipped with the 4.6L engine and TR3650 5 speed manual transmission may exhibit a clash noise and/or raspy (rough) feel on gear engagements during 1-2 or 2-3 upshifts. This condition may be more pronounced when the transmission is colder than 40 degrees F (4 degrees C).

Are there any recalls on 2005 Mustang TSB’s?

Some 2005-2009 Mustangs equipped with a 5R55S automatic transmission may experience shifting concerns. A loss of 2nd, 3rd, and 5th gear may have overdrive band or intermediate band failures due to servo pin case bore wear causing reduced apply pressure.