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Old 05-17-2018, 07:54 AM   #1
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"Speakers" under rear seat

So i pull the bottom rear seat off and see what looks like 2 speakers under it. Pretty certain they're not part of the sound system.

I do hear them when I'm gong down a hill and mt cruise control is slowing me down. Is a low vibration sound rather than a note.

Ideas as to their purpose? Just something to make the car sound "badder" on the inside and really useless?
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Pictures? Brand name?
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fuel pump/emissions parts access?


don't look like sokrs to me
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fuel pump/emissions parts access?


don't look like spkrs to me
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Not access ports. Pulled them out and looked. I know they're not real audio speakers but they do emit noise when as I said I'm in a lower gear going down a hill. That's why i thunk they're some sort of exhaust sound enhancement from factory. With axle back Pype Bomb muffler eliminate kit on it.
I've heard of cars that have mike and speaker system so you can hear your exhaust note in a well sound insulated new car. Hadn't heard if the Mustang was one of them.
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Yes that is a fuel pump access port. Sorry.
https://mustangforums.com/how-tos/a/...el-pump-401228
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Well I guess I need to pay closer attention!
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Remember the "Mattel" motor cycle sound kit you could buy for your Sting-Ray bicycle in the early sixties? That's what you need for your Electric-Mustang.
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Remember the "Mattel" motor cycle sound kit you could buy for your Sting-Ray bicycle in the early sixties? That's what you need for your Electric-Mustang.
I remember! With the twist throttle!

Oh, how I wanted one so badly... All of the cool kids had one. -sigh-

I just had to make do with the speedometer on my Stingray.
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