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LOCATION OF THE FUEL PUMP ON A 1983 MUSTANG V6
as far as i know the fuel pump is located in the actual fuel tank. It'll probably be spring loaded so that it will keep itself in place as the tank flexes. They usually have some kind of a "bobber" on them that tells the PCM and/or a guage how much fuel you have.
hope this helps,
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How do i put the oil in dierential 1983
Just behind and above where the driveshaft goes into the rear differential you will find a 3/8" square holed plug. On an 83 you may need to scrape away a few layers of accumulated grease and oil to find it. Undo the plug and add some 80w90 gear lube until it comes to the bottom of the hole. Reinstall the plug and that's it!.
Have fun with your Mustang.
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How do i set my carb
set the idle and timing at spec. then while idleling there are 2 screws located at the front bottom of the carb these are the idle air fuel mixtures turn one at a time in till the car stats to die then back out 3/4 turn and repeat on the other one.
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83 mustang gt
In a 83 MUSTANG GT the correct answer is BOTH. As a 5.0L and a TURBO CHARGED 4 cyinder were offered.
1983 Mustang GT
5.0L horsepower increased to 175 HP when 4V carb replaced 2V carb from 1982 (Holley 4180C series).
Exhaust system was revised (less restrictive).
4-speed SROD was only transmission available until early December 1982. In December, new 5-speed T5 became standard GT transmission (4-speed remained on option list).
Block and crank were revised to accomodate a 1-piece rear main seal in December 1982.
The new "Turbo GT" with a turbo charged 4 cylinder engine was available beginning late in the model year - 145 HP and featured the same suspension and other features of the V8 Mustang GT.
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I have an 83 stang i have stater problems can
You have to first disconnect the battery, then raise the vehicle. Then you have to disconnect the wires from the starter /soinoid as well as pull the plastic plug straight back on the soinoid, since there is a connection inside it which you don't want to damage. Then you remove the starter bolts & remove it. I am assuming that you know what the starter looks like. Not too much work, but you need to put the wires back exactly where they were in the first place. Rick
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