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Here are 3 lists of TSB's. One list for each model year. 2007, 2008 and 2009.

Updated: Oct. 30, 2008. The TSB number is Listed. Take that number to your dealer if you have a concern with the issue listed in the topic title. The most recent TSB is listed first in each model year.

 

EDIT: If you go to Google and type in TSB (then the TSB number) and click enter....the TSB should come up.

http://www.google.com/

 

EDIT: 3/12/2010 for 2007 - 2009 current TSB's (all up to date)

 

Technical Service Bulletins

2007 MUSTANG - US (English)

 

The Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) listed here may NOT apply to the vehicle you are working on. You MUST run OASIS with a specific VIN and Symptom Code to determine if it applies. If OASIS does not return the TSB, then it does NOT apply.

 

 

10-5-7

4.0L - BUZZ NOISE - UPPER ENGINE

10-4-13

CONVERTIBLE TOP - HEADLINER PULLED OUT FROM NUMBER 1 BOW

10-3-8

SHELBY GT500 - CLUTCH DRAG

10-3-7

REAR DRIVE AXLE VENT - OIL LEAK

10-2-3

HESITATION/LOSS OF RPM/LOW IDLE RPM/DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS

09-24-16

GRUNT/CREAK/SQUEAK/CHIRP NOISE FROM THE LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHING OVER BUMPS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 8/3/2009

09-20-4

AXLE WHINE

09-19-17

4.6L WITH TR3650 MANUAL TRANSMISSION - CLASH OR RASPY FEEL - SHIFTING INTO 2ND AND/OR 3RD GEAR

09-18-16

4.6L MANUAL TRANSMISSION - SEPARATOR PLATE BUZZ - BUILT BEFORE 4/5/2009

09-14-8

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID SOLENOID STUCK OPEN

09-12-12

5R55S/5R55N/5R55W TRANSMISSIONS - SHIFT CONCERNS, LOSS OF 2ND, 3RD AND 5TH GEAR, INCORRECT RATIO DTC'S - PROCEDURE TO INSPECT AND REPAIR SERVO PIN BORE WEAR

09-9-7

COLD START FEAD HOOT - WHISTLE NOISE

09-8-7

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP ON - DTC 2295 IN RESTRAINTS CONTROL MODULE

08-26-7

WATER LEAK - FRONT FLOOR AREA

08-24-10

A-PILLAR RATTLE NOISE

08-23-4

SHUDDER ON ACCEL - POSSIBLE WRONG TRANS CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY INSTALLED (EXCLUDES GT 500)

08-21-7

POWER WINDOW FEATURE - BOUNCE BACK DIAGNOSTICS

08-17-3

CONVERTIBLE - REAR QUARTER GLASS - TORN/SEPARATING QUARTER GLASS DIVISION BAR

08-9-2

UN-COMMANDED PERIMETER LIGHTING

08-8-5

4.0L WITH MANUAL TRANSMISSION - 4TH GEAR RATTLE/KNOCK NOISE ON ACCELERATION - 1800-2200 RPM APPROXIMATELY 45 MPH (72 KM/H)

08-7-6

SPARK PLUG REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS - 4.6L 3V/5.4L 3V/6.8L 3V

08-5-10

8.8 LIMITED SLIP AXLE MOAN/GROAN NOISE DURING LOW SPEED TURNING MANEUVERS

08-3-4

RATTLE/BUZZ/VIBRATION - TRANSMISSION CROSS-MEMBER EXHAUST MOUNT - BUILT BEFORE 12/3/2007

08-2-4

MANUAL TRANSMISSION SHIFTER BOOT NOISE - BUILT BEFORE 12/6/2007

07-21-12

FUEL FILL SLOW, OR DIFFICULT TO FILL

07-20-3

CONVERTIBLE TOP - TENSION CABLE NOISE - BUILT BEFORE 12/1/2006

07-19-1

CONVERTIBLE TOP WEAR - BUILT BEFORE 10/11/2006

07-18-2

4.0L AND 4.6L COUPE - FRONT END NOISE OVER BUMPS

07-17-8

CONVERTIBLE SYSTEM CONCERNS

07-17-6

BUZZ/RATTLE FROM DOOR PANEL WHEN OPERATING AUDIO SYSTEM - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 8/2/2007

07-16-7

EXTERIOR DOOR HANDLE NOT FLUSH IN THE CLOSED POSITION

07-12-3

RCM FAULT REPORTING USING DTCS AND BIT-MAPPED PARAMETER IDENTIFIERS (PIDS) - SERVICE TIPS

07-6-7

SPOILER/DECK LID CONTACT

07-5-13

DISCHARGED BATTERIES - VEHICLES IN STORAGE/LIMITED USAGE

07-5-8

BATTERY SERVICE - OPERATION OF BATTERY EYE - CHARGING SERVICE TIPS

07-4-3

LEATHER-WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL - LEATHER COMING LOOSE

07-1-7

MERCON® ATF REPLACED BY MERCON® V AS A SERVICE FLUID FOR SOME POWER STEERING SYSTEMS

06-26-2

CARPET REMOVE AND REPLACE

06-26-1

MERCON ATF IS BEING REPLACED BY MERCON V AS A SERVICE FLUID FOR SOME MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS

06-25-15

ALUMINUM BODY PANELS - CORROSION - SERVICE TIP

06-25-3

PIONEER NAVIGATION RADIO - SEEK FUNCTION INOPERATIVE - SERVICE TIP

06-21-19

HEATER CORE LEAKAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS (INFORMATION ONLY)

06-21-7

AUDIO / NAVIGATION SERVICE AND ORDERING PROCEDURES

06-17-8

SERVICE WIRING HARNESS REPLACEMENT GUIDELINES - SERVICE TIPS

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TSBs found:44

 

 

Technical Service Bulletins

2008 MUSTANG - US (English)

 

The Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) listed here may NOT apply to the vehicle you are working on. You MUST run OASIS with a specific VIN and Symptom Code to determine if it applies. If OASIS does not return the TSB, then it does NOT apply.

 

 

10-5-7

4.0L - BUZZ NOISE - UPPER ENGINE

10-4-13

CONVERTIBLE TOP - HEADLINER PULLED OUT FROM NUMBER 1 BOW

10-3-8

SHELBY GT500 - CLUTCH DRAG

10-3-7

REAR DRIVE AXLE VENT - OIL LEAK

10-2-8

SYNC SYSTEM DEFAULTS TO OR STAYS IN PRIVACY MODE, MULTIPLE VEHICLE LINES

10-2-3

HESITATION/LOSS OF RPM/LOW IDLE RPM/DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS

09-26-7

5.4L / 4.0L - DTC P0607

09-24-16

GRUNT/CREAK/SQUEAK/CHIRP NOISE FROM THE LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHING OVER BUMPS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 8/3/2009

09-20-10

SPEAKER POP AND/OR RADIO INOPERATIVE/BLANK/LOCKED UP

09-20-4

AXLE WHINE

09-19-17

4.6L WITH TR3650 MANUAL TRANSMISSION - CLASH OR RASPY FEEL - SHIFTING INTO 2ND AND/OR 3RD GEAR

09-18-16

4.6L MANUAL TRANSMISSION - SEPARATOR PLATE BUZZ - BUILT BEFORE 4/5/2009

09-14-8

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID SOLENOID STUCK OPEN

09-12-12

5R55S/5R55N/5R55W TRANSMISSIONS - SHIFT CONCERNS, LOSS OF 2ND, 3RD AND 5TH GEAR, INCORRECT RATIO DTC'S - PROCEDURE TO INSPECT AND REPAIR SERVO PIN BORE WEAR

09-9-7

COLD START FEAD HOOT - WHISTLE NOISE

09-8-7

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP ON - DTC 2295 IN RESTRAINTS CONTROL MODULE

08-26-7

WATER LEAK - FRONT FLOOR AREA

08-24-10

A-PILLAR RATTLE NOISE

08-23-4

SHUDDER ON ACCEL - POSSIBLE WRONG TRANS CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY INSTALLED (EXCLUDES GT 500)

08-21-7

POWER WINDOW FEATURE - BOUNCE BACK DIAGNOSTICS

08-20-2

DOOR MOUNTED SUBWOOFER - STATIC, CRACKLE, POP OR DISTORTED SOUND - BUILT BEFORE 7/7/2008

08-17-3

CONVERTIBLE - REAR QUARTER GLASS - TORN/SEPARATING QUARTER GLASS DIVISION BAR

08-12-9

INOPERATIVE RKE TRANSMITTER (KEY FOB) - DISCHARGED KEY FOB BATTERY

08-9-2

UN-COMMANDED PERIMETER LIGHTING

08-7-6

SPARK PLUG REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS - 4.6L 3V/5.4L 3V/6.8L 3V

08-5-1

SATELLITE DIGITAL AUDIO RECEIVER SYSTEM (SDARS), MAY NOT SEEK ALL SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO CHANNELS

08-3-4

RATTLE/BUZZ/VIBRATION - TRANSMISSION CROSS-MEMBER EXHAUST MOUNT - BUILT BEFORE 12/3/2007

08-2-4

MANUAL TRANSMISSION SHIFTER BOOT NOISE - BUILT BEFORE 12/6/2007

07-23-10

CLUTCH PEDAL VERY LOW ENGAGEMENT EFFORT - 4.0L - BUILT FROM 8/20/2007 TO 09/06/2007

07-17-8

CONVERTIBLE SYSTEM CONCERNS

07-17-6

BUZZ/RATTLE FROM DOOR PANEL WHEN OPERATING AUDIO SYSTEM - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 8/2/2007

07-16-7

EXTERIOR DOOR HANDLE NOT FLUSH IN THE CLOSED POSITION

07-5-13

DISCHARGED BATTERIES - VEHICLES IN STORAGE/LIMITED USAGE

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TSBs found:33

 

Technical Service Bulletins

2009 MUSTANG - US (English)

 

The Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) listed here may NOT apply to the vehicle you are working on. You MUST run OASIS with a specific VIN and Symptom Code to determine if it applies. If OASIS does not return the TSB, then it does NOT apply.

 

 

10-5-7

4.0L - BUZZ NOISE - UPPER ENGINE

10-4-13

CONVERTIBLE TOP - HEADLINER PULLED OUT FROM NUMBER 1 BOW

10-3-8

SHELBY GT500 - CLUTCH DRAG

10-3-7

REAR DRIVE AXLE VENT - OIL LEAK

10-2-8

SYNC SYSTEM DEFAULTS TO OR STAYS IN PRIVACY MODE, MULTIPLE VEHICLE LINES

10-2-3

HESITATION/LOSS OF RPM/LOW IDLE RPM/DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS

09-26-7

5.4L / 4.0L - DTC P0607

09-24-16

GRUNT/CREAK/SQUEAK/CHIRP NOISE FROM THE LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHING OVER BUMPS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 8/3/2009

09-20-10

SPEAKER POP AND/OR RADIO INOPERATIVE/BLANK/LOCKED UP

09-20-4

AXLE WHINE

09-18-16

4.6L MANUAL TRANSMISSION - SEPARATOR PLATE BUZZ - BUILT BEFORE 4/5/2009

09-14-8

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID SOLENOID STUCK OPEN

09-12-12

5R55S/5R55N/5R55W TRANSMISSIONS - SHIFT CONCERNS, LOSS OF 2ND, 3RD AND 5TH GEAR, INCORRECT RATIO DTC'S - PROCEDURE TO INSPECT AND REPAIR SERVO PIN BORE WEAR

09-8-7

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP ON - DTC 2295 IN RESTRAINTS CONTROL MODULE

09-7-7

4.0L ENGINE BELT SQUEAL OR CHIRP NOISE ON COLD STARTUP

08-26-7

WATER LEAK - FRONT FLOOR AREA

08-24-10

A-PILLAR RATTLE NOISE

08-23-4

SHUDDER ON ACCEL - POSSIBLE WRONG TRANS CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY INSTALLED (EXCLUDES GT 500)

08-21-7

POWER WINDOW FEATURE - BOUNCE BACK DIAGNOSTICS

08-21-2

SYNC SOFTWARE PROGRAMMING SERVICE TIPS

08-20-2

DOOR MOUNTED SUBWOOFER - STATIC, CRACKLE, POP OR DISTORTED SOUND - BUILT BEFORE 7/7/2008

08-19-10

4.0L DTC'S P030X, P0300, P0316, P0172, P0175 OR DRIVABILITY CONCERN - VEHICLES BUILT BETWEEN 6/3/2008-7/21/2008

08-17-3

CONVERTIBLE - REAR QUARTER GLASS - TORN/SEPARATING QUARTER GLASS DIVISION BAR

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TSBs found:23

 

 

 

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New TSB. PDF file is to big to load on the site. It has pic's explaining the work.

 

WATER LEAK—FRONT FLOOR AREA TSB 08-26-7

 

FORD:

 

2005-2009 Mustang

 

This article supersedes TSB 07-14-6 to update the 2. Using a garden hose equipped with a shower

 

model years, part list and service procedure. head attachment, or similar device, run water

 

onto the vehicle being sure to direct water over

 

ISSUE the roof ditch moldings, side window weather

 

Some 2005-2009 Mustang vehicles may exhibit a strips, and windshield / cowl panel area. While

 

difficult to diagnose water leak in the front floor water is being applied to the vehicle, have an

 

area. This may be caused by loose grommets assistant inside the vehicle verifying the location

 

and/or sealer skips around the cowl area, loose of the water intrusion.

 

A-pillar window weatherstrip retainer, misaligned

 

body harness grommet through the firewall, Water Leak Inspection / Repair Procedure

 

misaligned body harness grommet from the Inspect the following areas for visible signs of leaks

 

passenger door. and follow the appropriate repair steps.

 

ACTION 1. Verify that the plastic cowl panel grill is evenly

 

Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the seated against the windshield and not warped.

 

condition. If warped, replace with current service stock.

 

SERVICE PROCEDURE 2. Remove the cowl panel grill. Refer to Workshop

 

Manual (WSM), Section 501-02, and inspect for NOTE

 

proper cowl panel mount grommet installation

 

DO NOT REMOVE THE DASH OR THE DASH and pinch weld sealing. Water may enter the

 

INSULATOR AT ANY TIME DURING THIS cowl channel, through the cowl panel grommets

 

PROCEDURE. / seals or forward pinch weld, potentially

 

Water Leak Testing Procedure causing a sloshing sound and/or water leaking

 

down the dash kick panel area. If there is

 

1. To pressurize the cabin open trunk and remove standing water in the cowl channel, remove by

 

the floor carpet. Remove the plastic tail panel siphoning through a cowl panel mount grommet

 

cover. Remove side carpet push pins and move hole. (Figures 7-8 - end of article)

 

the carpet aside. Locate the body vents in the

 

lower rear corners of the trunk (rear of wheel 3. Verify that the ten (10) cowl panel mount

 

wells) and tape them off. Close the trunk. Place grommets and seals are installed and sealing

 

the blower motor on high. Turn air recirculation tightly to the vehicle. If any are missing, or the

 

to off mode. Close windows and doors. Open seals are damaged, replace as necessary.

 

the hood and spray soapy water along body (Figure 1)

 

seams / grommets, particularly around the

 

A-pillar / fender and hood hinge area, and

 

check for bubbles.

 

NOTE

 

DO NOT REMOVE COWL GROMMETS DURING

 

WATER TESTING. (FIGURE 7 AT END OF

 

ARTICLE)

 

NOTE: The information in Technical Service Bulletins is intended for use by trained, professional technicians with the knowledge, tools, and equipment to do

 

the job properly and safely. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in proper

 

vehicle service. The procedures should not be performed by "do-it-yourselfers". Do not assume that a condition described affects your car or truck. Contact a

 

Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury dealership to determine whether the Bulletin applies to your vehicle. Warranty Policy and Extended Service Plan documentation

 

determine Warranty and/or Extended Service Plan coverage unless stated otherwise in the TSB article.The information in this Technical Service Bulletin

 

(TSB) was current at the time of printing. Ford Motor Company reserves the right to supercede this information with updates.The most recent information is

 

available through Ford Motor Company’s on-line technical resources.

 

Copyright ã 2008 Ford Motor Company Online Publication Date December 15, 2008 PAGE 1

 

TSB 08-26-7 (Continued)

 

Figure 1 - Article 08-26-7 Figure 2 - Article 08-26-7

 

a. Remove old cowl grommets and clean entire NOTE

 

cowl surface with a suitable wax and grease DO NOT USE SILICONE.

 

remover. If silicone and/or seam sealer was

 

used to seal grommets, ensure all sealer is 5. Check the main body wiring harness grommet

 

removed before installing new grommets. for proper seating into the bulkhead on the

 

driver / passenger side.

 

b. With surface clean and prepped, snap the

 

hot melt cowl grommet into cowl panel. a. Position the grommet into the bulkhead

 

making sure the grommet is fully seated and

 

c. Using a suitable heat gun, heat the hot melt sealed. If there is any aftermarket wiring

 

cowl grommet until the hot melt material installed through the grommet, reroute and

 

begins to squeeze out from under the seal as necessary. To ensure proper sealing

 

plastic grommet. Do not over heat the around the wiring harness grommet, apply a

 

grommet because deformation of the plastic small amount of Motorcraft Seam Sealer

 

grommet may occur. and install the grommet. (Figure 3)

 

d. After heating the grommets, a light amount

 

of pressure may be applied to the outer

 

perimeter of the grommet to help sealing.

 

e. Do not over heat around windshield or

 

fender edges or damage may result.

 

NOTE

 

HEAT SEALED GROMMETS WERE USED IN

 

PRODUCTION STARTING WITH VEHICLES BUILT

 

ON 9/4/2008.

 

4. Inspect the cowl panel to bulk head pinch weld

 

and A-Post to cowl joint for any skips in seam

 

sealer or excessive gaps between panels.

 

Figure 3 - Article 08-26-7

 

a. To ensure a water tight seal, apply a small

 

amount of Motorcraft Seam Sealer to the 6. Verify that the door to the A-pillar wiring

 

pinch weld and work into seam with harness grommet is fully seated into the

 

fingertip, leaving a small amount on the A-pillar.

 

edge, especially near the windshield center

 

a. To ensure proper sealing around the wiring

 

bracket area. (Figure 2)

 

harness grommet, apply a small amount of

 

Motorcraft Seam Sealer and install the

 

grommet into the A-pillar. (Figure 4)

 

PAGE 2

 

TSB 08-26-7 (Continued)

 

Figure 4 - Article 08-26-7 Figure 6 - Article 08-26-7

 

7. Remove and inspect the foam seal of window b. Assemble other trim as required.

 

weatherstrip retainer at the A-pillar. Tears in the

 

foam seal may allow water to enter the vehicle, 8. If no leaks are found in these areas, refer to

 

between window weatherstrip retainer and the WSM, Section 501-00 for water leak

 

A-Pillar, and travel inside the interior A-Pillar diagnostics.

 

trim molding into the dash kick panel area.

 

PART NUMBER PART NAME (Figure 5)

 

9R3Z-63517C58-A Retainer-Cowl Panel

 

9R3Z-6351238-A Retainer-Weather Right Side

 

9R3Z-6351239-A Retainer-weather Left Side

 

TA-2 Motorcraft Seam Seal

 

WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of

 

New Vehicle Limited

 

Warranty Coverage

 

IMPORTANT: Warranty

 

coverage limits/policies are

 

not altered by a TSB.

 

Warranty coverage limits

 

are determined by the

 

identified causal part.

 

OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME

 

Figure 5 - Article 08-26-7 MT082607 Use SLTS Operations If Actual

 

Available; Claim Additional Time

 

a. Replace window weatherstrip retainer, if Diagnosis Or Labor

 

foam seal is damaged. (Figure 6) Performed As Actual Time

 

DEALER CODING

 

CONDITION

 

BASIC PART NO. CODE

 

63517C58 07

 

PAGE 3

 

Figure 7 - Article 08-26-7

 

PAGE 4

 

Figure 8 - Article 08-26-7

 

PAGE 5

 

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Are these TSB's covered under warrenty? Or just something Ford is aware of that we have to take care of on our own? I am in the process of buying an 07 GT500 and would like to learn as much about this stuff as I can. Looks like the most serious issue is the Water Leak and Trans issue's. I have seen some people post about even having the second generation trans. How would I know whats in the car when I get it?

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Thanks Grabber for your hard work. It paid off for me. Dealer could not identify my SGT's issue. I came home found your TSB listing (TSB 08-9-6) and took it into the dealer. :salute:

 

Kind of sad YOU had to find it :headscratch:

 

 

Way to go Rob. You da man!

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The first post has been updated to be current on all 2007 - 2009 TSB's.

 

Here's the list that is also in Post #1:

 

Technical Service Bulletins

2007 MUSTANG - US (English)

 

The Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) listed here may NOT apply to the vehicle you are working on. You MUST run OASIS with a specific VIN and Symptom Code to determine if it applies. If OASIS does not return the TSB, then it does NOT apply.

 

 

10-5-7

4.0L - BUZZ NOISE - UPPER ENGINE

10-4-13

CONVERTIBLE TOP - HEADLINER PULLED OUT FROM NUMBER 1 BOW

10-3-8

SHELBY GT500 - CLUTCH DRAG

10-3-7

REAR DRIVE AXLE VENT - OIL LEAK

10-2-3

HESITATION/LOSS OF RPM/LOW IDLE RPM/DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS

09-24-16

GRUNT/CREAK/SQUEAK/CHIRP NOISE FROM THE LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHING OVER BUMPS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 8/3/2009

09-20-4

AXLE WHINE

09-19-17

4.6L WITH TR3650 MANUAL TRANSMISSION - CLASH OR RASPY FEEL - SHIFTING INTO 2ND AND/OR 3RD GEAR

09-18-16

4.6L MANUAL TRANSMISSION - SEPARATOR PLATE BUZZ - BUILT BEFORE 4/5/2009

09-14-8

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID SOLENOID STUCK OPEN

09-12-12

5R55S/5R55N/5R55W TRANSMISSIONS - SHIFT CONCERNS, LOSS OF 2ND, 3RD AND 5TH GEAR, INCORRECT RATIO DTC'S - PROCEDURE TO INSPECT AND REPAIR SERVO PIN BORE WEAR

09-9-7

COLD START FEAD HOOT - WHISTLE NOISE

09-8-7

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP ON - DTC 2295 IN RESTRAINTS CONTROL MODULE

08-26-7

WATER LEAK - FRONT FLOOR AREA

08-24-10

A-PILLAR RATTLE NOISE

08-23-4

SHUDDER ON ACCEL - POSSIBLE WRONG TRANS CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY INSTALLED (EXCLUDES GT 500)

08-21-7

POWER WINDOW FEATURE - BOUNCE BACK DIAGNOSTICS

08-17-3

CONVERTIBLE - REAR QUARTER GLASS - TORN/SEPARATING QUARTER GLASS DIVISION BAR

08-9-2

UN-COMMANDED PERIMETER LIGHTING

08-8-5

4.0L WITH MANUAL TRANSMISSION - 4TH GEAR RATTLE/KNOCK NOISE ON ACCELERATION - 1800-2200 RPM APPROXIMATELY 45 MPH (72 KM/H)

08-7-6

SPARK PLUG REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS - 4.6L 3V/5.4L 3V/6.8L 3V

08-5-10

8.8 LIMITED SLIP AXLE MOAN/GROAN NOISE DURING LOW SPEED TURNING MANEUVERS

08-3-4

RATTLE/BUZZ/VIBRATION - TRANSMISSION CROSS-MEMBER EXHAUST MOUNT - BUILT BEFORE 12/3/2007

08-2-4

MANUAL TRANSMISSION SHIFTER BOOT NOISE - BUILT BEFORE 12/6/2007

07-21-12

FUEL FILL SLOW, OR DIFFICULT TO FILL

07-20-3

CONVERTIBLE TOP - TENSION CABLE NOISE - BUILT BEFORE 12/1/2006

07-19-1

CONVERTIBLE TOP WEAR - BUILT BEFORE 10/11/2006

07-18-2

4.0L AND 4.6L COUPE - FRONT END NOISE OVER BUMPS

07-17-8

CONVERTIBLE SYSTEM CONCERNS

07-17-6

BUZZ/RATTLE FROM DOOR PANEL WHEN OPERATING AUDIO SYSTEM - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 8/2/2007

07-16-7

EXTERIOR DOOR HANDLE NOT FLUSH IN THE CLOSED POSITION

07-12-3

RCM FAULT REPORTING USING DTCS AND BIT-MAPPED PARAMETER IDENTIFIERS (PIDS) - SERVICE TIPS

07-6-7

SPOILER/DECK LID CONTACT

07-5-13

DISCHARGED BATTERIES - VEHICLES IN STORAGE/LIMITED USAGE

07-5-8

BATTERY SERVICE - OPERATION OF BATTERY EYE - CHARGING SERVICE TIPS

07-4-3

LEATHER-WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL - LEATHER COMING LOOSE

07-1-7

MERCON® ATF REPLACED BY MERCON® V AS A SERVICE FLUID FOR SOME POWER STEERING SYSTEMS

06-26-2

CARPET REMOVE AND REPLACE

06-26-1

MERCON ATF IS BEING REPLACED BY MERCON V AS A SERVICE FLUID FOR SOME MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS

06-25-15

ALUMINUM BODY PANELS - CORROSION - SERVICE TIP

06-25-3

PIONEER NAVIGATION RADIO - SEEK FUNCTION INOPERATIVE - SERVICE TIP

06-21-19

HEATER CORE LEAKAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS (INFORMATION ONLY)

06-21-7

AUDIO / NAVIGATION SERVICE AND ORDERING PROCEDURES

06-17-8

SERVICE WIRING HARNESS REPLACEMENT GUIDELINES - SERVICE TIPS

________________

TSBs found:44

 

 

Technical Service Bulletins

2008 MUSTANG - US (English)

 

The Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) listed here may NOT apply to the vehicle you are working on. You MUST run OASIS with a specific VIN and Symptom Code to determine if it applies. If OASIS does not return the TSB, then it does NOT apply.

 

 

10-5-7

4.0L - BUZZ NOISE - UPPER ENGINE

10-4-13

CONVERTIBLE TOP - HEADLINER PULLED OUT FROM NUMBER 1 BOW

10-3-8

SHELBY GT500 - CLUTCH DRAG

10-3-7

REAR DRIVE AXLE VENT - OIL LEAK

10-2-8

SYNC SYSTEM DEFAULTS TO OR STAYS IN PRIVACY MODE, MULTIPLE VEHICLE LINES

10-2-3

HESITATION/LOSS OF RPM/LOW IDLE RPM/DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS

09-26-7

5.4L / 4.0L - DTC P0607

09-24-16

GRUNT/CREAK/SQUEAK/CHIRP NOISE FROM THE LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHING OVER BUMPS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 8/3/2009

09-20-10

SPEAKER POP AND/OR RADIO INOPERATIVE/BLANK/LOCKED UP

09-20-4

AXLE WHINE

09-19-17

4.6L WITH TR3650 MANUAL TRANSMISSION - CLASH OR RASPY FEEL - SHIFTING INTO 2ND AND/OR 3RD GEAR

09-18-16

4.6L MANUAL TRANSMISSION - SEPARATOR PLATE BUZZ - BUILT BEFORE 4/5/2009

09-14-8

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID SOLENOID STUCK OPEN

09-12-12

5R55S/5R55N/5R55W TRANSMISSIONS - SHIFT CONCERNS, LOSS OF 2ND, 3RD AND 5TH GEAR, INCORRECT RATIO DTC'S - PROCEDURE TO INSPECT AND REPAIR SERVO PIN BORE WEAR

09-9-7

COLD START FEAD HOOT - WHISTLE NOISE

09-8-7

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP ON - DTC 2295 IN RESTRAINTS CONTROL MODULE

08-26-7

WATER LEAK - FRONT FLOOR AREA

08-24-10

A-PILLAR RATTLE NOISE

08-23-4

SHUDDER ON ACCEL - POSSIBLE WRONG TRANS CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY INSTALLED (EXCLUDES GT 500)

08-21-7

POWER WINDOW FEATURE - BOUNCE BACK DIAGNOSTICS

08-20-2

DOOR MOUNTED SUBWOOFER - STATIC, CRACKLE, POP OR DISTORTED SOUND - BUILT BEFORE 7/7/2008

08-17-3

CONVERTIBLE - REAR QUARTER GLASS - TORN/SEPARATING QUARTER GLASS DIVISION BAR

08-12-9

INOPERATIVE RKE TRANSMITTER (KEY FOB) - DISCHARGED KEY FOB BATTERY

08-9-2

UN-COMMANDED PERIMETER LIGHTING

08-7-6

SPARK PLUG REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS - 4.6L 3V/5.4L 3V/6.8L 3V

08-5-1

SATELLITE DIGITAL AUDIO RECEIVER SYSTEM (SDARS), MAY NOT SEEK ALL SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO CHANNELS

08-3-4

RATTLE/BUZZ/VIBRATION - TRANSMISSION CROSS-MEMBER EXHAUST MOUNT - BUILT BEFORE 12/3/2007

08-2-4

MANUAL TRANSMISSION SHIFTER BOOT NOISE - BUILT BEFORE 12/6/2007

07-23-10

CLUTCH PEDAL VERY LOW ENGAGEMENT EFFORT - 4.0L - BUILT FROM 8/20/2007 TO 09/06/2007

07-17-8

CONVERTIBLE SYSTEM CONCERNS

07-17-6

BUZZ/RATTLE FROM DOOR PANEL WHEN OPERATING AUDIO SYSTEM - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 8/2/2007

07-16-7

EXTERIOR DOOR HANDLE NOT FLUSH IN THE CLOSED POSITION

07-5-13

DISCHARGED BATTERIES - VEHICLES IN STORAGE/LIMITED USAGE

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TSBs found:33

 

Technical Service Bulletins

2009 MUSTANG - US (English)

 

The Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) listed here may NOT apply to the vehicle you are working on. You MUST run OASIS with a specific VIN and Symptom Code to determine if it applies. If OASIS does not return the TSB, then it does NOT apply.

 

 

10-5-7

4.0L - BUZZ NOISE - UPPER ENGINE

10-4-13

CONVERTIBLE TOP - HEADLINER PULLED OUT FROM NUMBER 1 BOW

10-3-8

SHELBY GT500 - CLUTCH DRAG

10-3-7

REAR DRIVE AXLE VENT - OIL LEAK

10-2-8

SYNC SYSTEM DEFAULTS TO OR STAYS IN PRIVACY MODE, MULTIPLE VEHICLE LINES

10-2-3

HESITATION/LOSS OF RPM/LOW IDLE RPM/DRIVEABILITY CONCERNS

09-26-7

5.4L / 4.0L - DTC P0607

09-24-16

GRUNT/CREAK/SQUEAK/CHIRP NOISE FROM THE LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHING OVER BUMPS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 8/3/2009

09-20-10

SPEAKER POP AND/OR RADIO INOPERATIVE/BLANK/LOCKED UP

09-20-4

AXLE WHINE

09-18-16

4.6L MANUAL TRANSMISSION - SEPARATOR PLATE BUZZ - BUILT BEFORE 4/5/2009

09-14-8

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID SOLENOID STUCK OPEN

09-12-12

5R55S/5R55N/5R55W TRANSMISSIONS - SHIFT CONCERNS, LOSS OF 2ND, 3RD AND 5TH GEAR, INCORRECT RATIO DTC'S - PROCEDURE TO INSPECT AND REPAIR SERVO PIN BORE WEAR

09-8-7

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP ON - DTC 2295 IN RESTRAINTS CONTROL MODULE

09-7-7

4.0L ENGINE BELT SQUEAL OR CHIRP NOISE ON COLD STARTUP

08-26-7

WATER LEAK - FRONT FLOOR AREA

08-24-10

A-PILLAR RATTLE NOISE

08-23-4

SHUDDER ON ACCEL - POSSIBLE WRONG TRANS CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY INSTALLED (EXCLUDES GT 500)

08-21-7

POWER WINDOW FEATURE - BOUNCE BACK DIAGNOSTICS

08-21-2

SYNC SOFTWARE PROGRAMMING SERVICE TIPS

08-20-2

DOOR MOUNTED SUBWOOFER - STATIC, CRACKLE, POP OR DISTORTED SOUND - BUILT BEFORE 7/7/2008

08-19-10

4.0L DTC'S P030X, P0300, P0316, P0172, P0175 OR DRIVABILITY CONCERN - VEHICLES BUILT BETWEEN 6/3/2008-7/21/2008

08-17-3

CONVERTIBLE - REAR QUARTER GLASS - TORN/SEPARATING QUARTER GLASS DIVISION BAR

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TSBs found:23

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