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2004 Mustang GT
24thMay2024, 03:10 PM,
#11
2004 Mustang GT
Found some on eBay for as cheap as $150-160 but this one from American Muscle has a 3 year warranty so I thought that was worth the extra $$.


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3rdJune2024, 03:58 PM,
#12
2004 Mustang GT
I noticed this company, American Muscle, is a sister company to Extreme Terrain…
Anyway, new tank ready to install.

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4thJune2024, 07:08 AM,
#13
RE: 2004 Mustang GT
Did it come with the rubber on it?

American Muscle is in the same (HUGE) building as Extreme Terrain. I'm thankful for their continued support of the site.
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4thJune2024, 10:11 AM,
#14
2004 Mustang GT
No I peeled it off the old tank and glued it on the new one.

The fuel pump is not coming on….
I haven’t noticed any chewed wires but I hope a critter hasn’t gotten into the wiring harness.

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4thJune2024, 12:31 PM,
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RE: 2004 Mustang GT
Should be four wires. 12v, ground, and two for the sender. Grab your meter and see what you've got.
If you have power and ground, they may be in the wrong holes in the connector. That happens sometimes.
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5thJune2024, 12:35 PM,
#16
2004 Mustang GT
Yeah plus I’m gonna hook up my scanner to see if I’m getting any codes.


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15thJune2024, 10:33 PM,
#17
2004 Mustang GT
Been busy and just got back to the car today.
A few minutes with the multi meter led me to a blown fuse.
I can’t find my box o’ fuses.

Oh well, it doesn’t need a horn right now.

It moves under its own power…

Now on to the leaky power steering.


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Yesterday, 06:50 AM,
#18
RE: 2004 Mustang GT
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