what issues are you having?
I have to say, my manual trans has always been unusually noisy from day one and with only 50k on it. I know its the "NEW" Tremic 3650 model so I have kinda just shrugged it off thinking its the nature of the beast but who knows. All I do know it this is my 5th mustang and none of them did I ever think the trans was ever noisy toll this. tell layla to roll down hear to cocoa beach, I'll even let her drive it too so no one thinks im crazy lolI know mine and alot of people are having problems with syncronizers too
I hear ya, mine is noisy off and on, but i know mine hates trying to shift at high rpmsbryanbrock said:I have to say, my manual trans has always been unusually noisy from day one and with only 50k on it. I know its the "NEW" Tremic 3650 model so I have kinda just shrugged it off thinking its the nature of the beast but who knows. All I do know it this is my 5th mustang and none of them did I ever think the trans was ever noisy toll this. tell layla to roll down hear to cocoa beach, I'll even let her drive it too so no one thinks im crazy lol
ok mr Bobby, WHO? does the refurb on an 05+ cluster for 200 dollars. We would all LOVE to know as many of us have been looking together to find someone who will.My wife has an 05 V6 and I drive an 09 GT. Her cluster gauge started going bad. At first it was the temp gauge. I never saw a temp gauge go in a total 360 circle until I saw hers. Ford replaced it for $800 since it was out of warrenty. You tube has some videos on pulling the whole unit and changing the motors out or you can pull it out yourself and send it off for repair for about $200. That includes changing out all the motors (Ford said they would all go eventually). I have read about it on this forum and others. Alot of folks want Ford to man up and recall but I doubt that will happen. It's one of those 1st new year problems.
No Bobby thats just fine, I will save the info and forward it to those who are dealing with this issue as is comes up again in the future. admittedly I did have little faith in your prior post, thank you for proving other wise:headbang:OK Mr. bryanbrock, I thought my post would encourage a little research but it only encouraged doubt and sarcasm. I researched other forums and found several threads regarding the 2005 cluster problem. There's a similar thread, even on this forum, which addressed the same problem last month that even you, bryanbrock, chimed in about.
For those of you who have a cluster problem with your 2005 mustang or most GM products and don't want to fork over $800 to Ford, there are alternatives. Again, I can't speak for their honesty or integrity but one is
Mr Speedometer Inc
505 53 Avenue Southeast, Calgary, AB T2H 1K5, Canada
Their latest statement on their site was the following:
New! 2005 Mustang - Symptoms: Speedometer and other gauges not working. Repair Cost $169:
Also available on You Tube, if you are handy with a soldering gun, there's a do it yourself video. Good luck...I wish I had researched this before I paid Ford $800 to do the work. Do you need anything else Bryanbrock?
I have that problem as well they should've recalled 05-09 Cars. It's really just annoying. Usually what I do is get as far as I can and then stop filling.I just got my car about a month ago from the dealer 06 GT mustang with 58,000 miles... I have a hard time fueling gas at the pump. First 3-4 gallons go in with no issues. After that the pump kicks back every sec . I tried pumping in an angle, try to control the flow of the gas by pulling in the trigger just a little but nothing works.
Took it back to the dealer and said that the 05 had a recall but the 06 models and up didn't. It's a normal thing... It's this true or they just gave me the run around... What to do...