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95 Mustang Gt Automatic Transmission

95 Mustang Gt Automatic Transmission

If you drive a 1995 Mustang GT, you know how frustrating it can be to experience a clunky automatic transmission. The car will shift from OD to third gear and then back to second. It will also run in high revs, which can be very annoying. Luckily, you can easily fix this problem by using an aftermarket clutch kit. Here are some tips to fix your car's transmission.

First, determine what type of transmission you have in your vehicle. A Ford Performance Automatic C4 transmission can be installed with an external or internal solenoid. The latter is more expensive, so it's important to know how much torque the car needs before you buy it. If you're looking for an upgraded manual transmission, you should start with one with a lower number. Depending on the model, you can purchase a GM-compatible automatic transmission that will work on your Mustang.

Another option for upgrading your transmission is to get a new engine. You'll need to find a replacement engine for your GT. The 5.0L pushrod V8 was the last year Ford used for this engine. The next year, Ford switched to a new, more powerful, 4.6L SOHC engine. It also came with a Power Shift Controller that let you adjust the firmness of the clutch for optimal shifting.

For the 95 Mustang, a 5.0L Ford pushrod small block engine was used in the base model. This engine produced 215 hp at 4200 rpm and 275 lb-ft of torque at 3400 rpm. The engine was so powerful that it was a contender for the 1994 Motor Trend Car of the Year award. There are no complaints about the GT's performance.

A 5.0L pushrod small block V8 was used in the 1995 GT. It was also more fuel efficient. It was known to be more powerful and better handling than its predecessor. The turbocharged version was called the Mustang GTS. The original Ford GT had a 4.6L engine and it had a 5.0L engine. It had the same capacity as a 6.0L Ford. These differences were the reason the GT became the "sports pony" and has become such a popular car today.

The 1995 Mustang GT was an important step for Ford in terms of performance. It was designed with more power and handling than its predecessor, and it won the Motor Trend Car of the Year award in 1994. It was also a good year for a GT. A 5.0L is the most common engine in a GT. It has a higher horsepower than the base model. It can reach a speed of 155 mph and is considered the sportiest of all the Mustangs.

95 Mustang Gt Automatic Transmission