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Old 12-18-2011, 02:28 AM   #1
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Some issues

As you guys are aware I just got my ride not too long ago, first buy ( been leasing till now) Now I have a few questions...
1. Any suggestions or any good pointers on maintaining a convertible so it doesn't get messed up soon?
2. Anything I should look into to avoid problems?
3. My gas tank does not allow me to put more then half the tank for some reason, I used to think its the gas station but it happens almost always
4. Is 91 fuel mandatory?
5. Overall I need someone to help me out with a list of things I should do to make sure this beauty does not get messed up soon.

Thanks
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Tank filling problem, sometimes it happens to me. Try pulling out the fuel nozzle a little bit the next time you fuel up. It could be a ventilation issue with the fuel tank.

As far as using 91 octane. If your GT is stock it's not required. Personally, I've always used premium fuel on every car I've ever had. I don't care if some people think its a waste of money, I'll do what I want! Lol.

Maintaining your mustang is the biggest thing you can do to prevent failure. Always stay vigilant and look and listen for things that sound or seem out of place. Do some research on common issues with other "like" model mustang owners are having.

Good luck, you've got a beautiful car.
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As you guys are aware I just got my ride not too long ago, first buy ( been leasing till now) Now I have a few questions...
1. Any suggestions or any good pointers on maintaining a convertible so it doesn't get messed up soon?
2. Anything I should look into to avoid problems?
3. My gas tank does not allow me to put more then half the tank for some reason, I used to think its the gas station but it happens almost always
4. Is 91 fuel mandatory?
5. Overall I need someone to help me out with a list of things I should do to make sure this beauty does not get messed up soon.

Thanks
I don't have a vert, so I hope some verters chime in for you. In general though, basic maintenance: keep your oil and filter changed every 5k with a good product. I won't say what a use because I don't want this to turn into an oil war thread , change your fluids and keep them topped off, watch for issues like carbon build up (happens in our cars and is easy enough to deal with) maintain your transmission, rotate your tires etc.

To keep it from being messed up, just keep it clean and try to avoid dump trucks and stupid people. I have a trunkful of cleaning products and use them daily/weekly depending. People can't believe my car is 7 years old - it looks almost new. It's impossible to avoid some daily driving hazards though. I came out of the grocery store yesterday and an elderly man had pulled his 70s Lincoln Land Yacht up so close to the front of my car it was mashing my license plate in. I almost had a heart attack. but what are you gonna do in that situation, you know? I backed up, and thank god he hadn't damaged my bumper. Then at my next destination my passenger let my door swing into the curb and scraped it... Sigh

The gas tank thing is definitely an S197 thing. I just wiggle the gas nozzle in and out and I can usually coax it a little more full.

You do not need to use 91 unless you have a tune. I used 87 for months before I tuned my car and was fine.
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Tank filling problem, sometimes it happens to me. Try pulling out the fuel nozzle a little bit the next time you fuel up. It could be a ventilation issue with the fuel tank.

As far as using 91 octane. If your GT is stock it's not required. Personally, I've always used premium fuel on every car I've ever had. I don't care if some people think its a waste of money, I'll do what I want! Lol.

Maintaining your mustang is the biggest thing you can do to prevent failure. Always stay vigilant and look and listen for things that sound or seem out of place. Do some research on common issues with other "like" model mustang owners are having.

Good luck, you've got a beautiful car.
Hey, thank u so much for the fast response. I have tried taking out the nozzle a Lil bit putting it back in...it just refuse to be filled. :/ more stops to the gas station I guess?

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I don't have a vert, so I hope some verters chime in for you. In general though, basic maintenance: keep your oil and filter changed every 5k with a good product. I won't say what a use because I don't want this to turn into an oil war thread , change your fluids and keep them topped off, watch for issues like carbon build up (happens in our cars and is easy enough to deal with) maintain your transmission, rotate your tires etc.

To keep it from being messed up, just keep it clean and try to avoid dump trucks and stupid people. I have a trunkful of cleaning products and use them daily/weekly depending. People can't believe my car is 7 years old - it looks almost new. It's impossible to avoid some daily driving hazards though. I came out of the grocery store yesterday and an elderly man had pulled his 70s Lincoln Land Yacht up so close to the front of my car it was mashing my license plate in. I almost had a heart attack. but what are you gonna do in that situation, you know? I backed up, and thank god he hadn't damaged my bumper. Then at my next destination my passenger let my door swing into the curb and scraped it... Sigh

The gas tank thing is definitely an S197 thing. I just wiggle the gas nozzle in and out and I can usually coax it a little more full.

You do not need to use 91 unless you have a tune. I used 87 for months before I tuned my car and was fine.
Thank u so much for the response, you ha a lot of good pointers. Because its so new to me I'm at the car wash always...someone had just told me I have to oil my cover so it doesn't crack? I don't know how much of that is true. But again thank you for ur response.
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Oh don't go to those car washes that have all the slappy things. They are awful. If you really want to go thru the CW do a touch less one, but the best ones are where they have bays and you can wash it yourself. You can use your own products, and it won't mess your paint up.
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Re: Some issues

best thing you can do is read your owners manual
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I have a convertible. The worst thing for the top is sun. Use a protectant with uv blocker and dont let it get dry to the touch. Clean with mild soap too.
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Another thing to remember about verts is stay away from the pressure wash wands at the carwash the water pressure will eat at your seals and cause leaks and also use 3 in 1 oil to keep the joints and moving connections in the top lubricated!
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The gas tank problem does the same to me although u will look funny doing it you have to twist the nozzle upside down and it will keep fueling until it's full
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3. My gas tank does not allow me to put more then half the tank for some reason, I used to think its the gas station but it happens almost always

Does it happen at all gas stations or do you tend use the same one. Some stations have the back pressure cutoff set really sensitive. You might waiting 15 seconds. Then pulling the nozzle half way out and filling at half speed.
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Re: Some issues

Our 05 is a pain to get gas in. I find that some gas pumps do better than others; and I pull it out a bit and twist it around when I have problems.

I found a convenient pump that seems to work for me and use it most of the time...
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and I pull it out a bit and twist it around when I have problems.
That's what he said?
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That's what he said?
Hahaha! ZING!
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Hahaha! ZING!
Lmao u guys are hilarious! I thought the same thing but wanted to be lady like and not mention it lol!

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The gas tank problem does the same to me although u will look funny doing it you have to twist the nozzle upside down and it will keep fueling until it's full
Thanks I have to try that ASAP! I think the lady at the gas station is sick of seeing me every 2 days.
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Lmao u guys are hilarious! I thought the same thing but wanted to be lady like and not mention it lol!

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Thanks I have to try that ASAP! I think the lady at the gas station is sick of seeing me every 2 days.
Haha he set him self up for that one lol don't worry about it around here we don't judge and what my friend does on his 05 is he doesn't pull the pump lever all the way he just pulls it in about half way and it takes a bit longer to fuel up but it usually fills his tank up all the way or until he gets annoyed and just gives up. Lol.

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What part of Cali u from? Souther of northern? Haven't found many from northern California on here
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Thanks I have to try that ASAP! I think the lady at the gas station is sick of seeing me every 2 days.

If I worked at that gas station I would never get tired of seeing u and ur car
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If I worked at that gas station I would never get tired of seeing u and ur car
^^^ +1 lol
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Re: Some issues

I just replaced the convertible top on my wife's 2002 Mustang. It was 4 days of hell and hard work! As far as making the top last longer, I learned these important facts-
1. NEVER go through an automatic car wash! The brushes and the blast of air will damage the material.
2. Park in shade as often as possible.
3. NEVER use a greasy silicone coating like Armor-all or tire shine. It attracts dirt like a magnet.
4. Use cleaners and protectants designed especially for convertible tops.

You have to determine what material the top is made of. My old top was "sailcloth", but the replacement top is heavy vinyl. Autogeek carries several products for you, depending on what material you have.
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I just replaced the convertible top on my wife's 2002 Mustang. It was 4 days of hell and hard work! As far as making the top last longer, I learned these important facts-
1. NEVER go through an automatic car wash! The brushes and the blast of air will damage the material.
2. Park in shade as often as possible.
3. NEVER use a greasy silicone coating like Armor-all or tire shine. It attracts dirt like a magnet.
4. Use cleaners and protectants designed especially for convertible tops.

You have to determine what material the top is made of. My old top was "sailcloth", but the replacement top is heavy vinyl. Autogeek carries several products for you, depending on what material you have.
How much did the new top cost? Cuz the top on my mustang has an open seem but I don't know if I can just get it stitched again or if I should just replace the hole thing?
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How much did the new top cost? Cuz the top on my mustang has an open seem but I don't know if I can just get it stitched again or if I should just replace the hole thing?
I got the economy top from Hydro-E-Lectric. I think I paid $295 for it.
If it is just a seam, I would get it stitched.
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Those model S197s sometimes have that issue with the neck of the gas tank. My 05 had the same issue and it's something you are just gonna have to deal with.
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Haha he set him self up for that one lol don't worry about it around here we don't judge and what my friend does on his 05 is he doesn't pull the pump lever all the way he just pulls it in about half way and it takes a bit longer to fuel up but it usually fills his tank up all the way or until he gets annoyed and just gives up. Lol.

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What part of Cali u from? Souther of northern? Haven't found many from northern California on here
Seems like everything about this gas pumping issue is a "that's what he said" lol I'm from southern california, born and raised in LA. California Love!

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If I worked at that gas station I would never get tired of seeing u and ur car
Lolll! *blushing thanks I appreciate it...no this lady is a mean one lol...I think I'm about to switch over to pumping with a credit card just so I don't have to see her face!
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Seems like everything about this gas pumping issue is a "that's what he said" lol I'm from southern california, born and raised in LA. California Love!

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Lolll! *blushing thanks I appreciate it...no this lady is a mean one lol...I think I'm about to switch over to pumping with a credit card just so I don't have to see her face!
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Seems like everything about this gas pumping issue is a "that's what he said" lol I'm from southern california, born and raised in LA. California Love!

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Lolll! *blushing thanks I appreciate it...no this lady is a mean one lol...I think I'm about to switch over to pumping with a credit card just so I don't have to see her face!
Haha that's cool I was born and raised in San Diego until a few years ago I moved up here. I miss all the beaches.
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Haha that's cool I was born and raised in San Diego until a few years ago I moved up here. I miss all the beaches.
I live 45 min away but have not had the chance to go...now that I have my pony this coming summer no one is going to be able to take me away from the beaches cant wait! Don't mean to rub it in lol
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I live 45 min away but have not had the chance to go...now that I have my pony this coming summer no one is going to be able to take me away from the beaches cant wait! Don't mean to rub it in lol
Aw man! you should go more often! The ones near u are really cool too. And it's cool ha I'll go back some day
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Aw man! you should go more often! The ones near u are really cool too. And it's cool ha I'll go back some day
They are actually pretty dirty, I have to drive a couple of hours to go to a nice clean beach!
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They are actually pretty dirty, I have to drive a couple of hours to go to a nice clean beach!
Really? I went this past summer to Santa Monica and I though Venice beach was pretty cool. And there was another one I thought was cool. Hmm. Newport beach I think. But that was a bit farther. Well basically anything down there is better than all the beaches up here! Dirty and FREEZING
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Really? I went this past summer to Santa Monica and I though Venice beach was pretty cool. And there was another one I thought was cool. Hmm. Newport beach I think. But that was a bit farther. Well basically anything down there is better than all the beaches up here! Dirty and FREEZING
Yea those are the popular ones but pretty dirty...but you can never go wrong with Venice beach! It's always happening there
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Yea those are the popular ones but pretty dirty...but you can never go wrong with Venice beach! It's always happening there
Yeah I liked it there well now you can hit all the cool beaches in your super fly stang! Lol
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Yeah I liked it there well now you can hit all the cool beaches in your super fly stang! Lol
Oh yes! I can't wait!
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Oh yes! I can't wait!
Lol I bet!
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On the gas cover, Ford has a sticker on my 07 GT the recommends the use of Premium fuel.
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