1969 Mustang Shop Service Repair Manual

Product Description:

Factory licensed reprint of five original shop repair manuals 1400+ pages. There's no better information available for your classic Mustang then one of these sets of Shop Manuals from Ford. Each service manual goes indepth with compehensive detail on operation, overhaul, disassembly and reassembly of mechcanical components. Each manual was produced for Ford dealership mechanics but written in a easy to understand format so that anyone can become an expert in no time. Illustrated with photos, drawings and diagrams to help the home mechanic to "do it like the pro's".

Covers all engine sizes available for 1969. Manual also includes information on tune-ups and other maintenance requirements. Vital information for the enthusiast who is rebuilding or restoring a 1969 Mustang.

CONTENTS:
General info, Steering, Brakes, Front Suspension, Rear Axle, Rear Suspension, A/C, Lubrication, Frame, Engine, Electrical, Cooling System, Clutch and Controls, Transmission, Radiator and Grille, Bumpers, Chassis Sheet Metal, Fuel System, Fuel Tank, Exhaust System, Wheels & Tires, Heater & Accessories, Specifications.
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PRODUCT DETAILS:
Publisher: Ford - 1969
Binding: Paperback - 8.5 x 11 inches
b&w photos and illustrations
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Quote from 1969: Now there are five new Mustangs for '69. There's a totally new Mustang SportsRoof complete with sporty rear deck spoiler, ventless side glass, new grille and quad headlamps. A wild new Mustang Mach I. A new luxury Mustang Grande Hardtop. A new Mustang Convertible for top down fun. And a new Mustang Hardtop the original, the one that launched a new generation of fun. Sportier, more Mustang than ever. Drive the igniting, power-primed Mach I. You can choose from five hot V-8's from two new 351 's (2-barrel or 4-barrel carb), to the virile 428 4V Cobra Jet Ram Air with functional "shaker" hood air scoop (simulated scoop with others). Functional "shaker" scoop is optional in place of simulated scoop with 351 or 390 CID V-8's. Mach I also has GT type equipment like dual exhausts with the four larger engines. Wide oval belted white sidewalls on chrome styled steel wheels. Competition shocks, springs and stabilizer bar. Foam padded, vinyl trimmed high back buckets. Racing mirrors, left and right. Rim Blow Steering Wheel. Clock. Console. Unique teak-toned highlights on the dash, door panels and console. Bright floor pedal pads. Low gloss paint on the hood and cowl, and pin type hood lock latches. On the move reflective stripes outside. Standard transmission with either 351 engine is the fully synchronized 3-speed manual. The 4-speed manual, or SelectShift, is available with all engines. Add a tach. Comes with the 4-speed when yo,u order the 390 or either of the 428 engines. Or you can get it separately with any engine and any transmission. Get a Mach I. Move out in your own power play.

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1969 Mustang Shop Service Repair Manual  - Five Book Set
1969 Mustang Shop Service Repair Manual
$60.00 Item #69-FSM
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