VIN Check Report: 1FALP42T8SF140147
Ford Mustang 1995
|Vehicle Specification||22 Record(s)|
|Accidental Record||View All Records|
|Lien Record||Records Found!|
|Theft Record||View Records|
|NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins||2 Record(s)|
|NHTSA Recalls||16 Record(s)|
|Trim Level||GT Coupe|
|Made In||United States|
|VIN Sequential Number||140147|
Manufactured in United States (Usa) by FORD MOTOR COMPANY, USA
FORD issued recalls for Mustang 1995
Car Damage Report: FRONT END,MC
|View NMVTIS Complete Vehicle History Records|
|Vehicle Title||KY - CERTIFICATE OF TITLE|
|Primary Damage||FRONT END|
|Engine||5.0L V8 OHV 16V|
|Anti Brake System||Non-Abs | 4-Wheel ABS|
|Overall Height||53.40 inches|
|Overall Length||181.50 inches|
|Overall Width||71.80 inches|
|Highway Mileage||24 - 25 miles/gallon|
|City Mileage||17 miles/gallon|
These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.
|09/01/1995||100000 POWER TRAIN||VEHICLE MAY EXHIBIT AN INOPERATIVE SPEEDOMETER DUE TO SPEEDOMETER DRIVE GEAR INSIDE TRANSMISSION NOT FULLY SEATED ON OUTPUT SHAFT. *TW|
|09/01/1995||100000 POWER TRAIN||VEHICLE MAY EXHIBIT AN INOPERATIVE SPEEDOMETER DUE TO THE SPEEDOMETER DRIVE GEAR INSIDE THE TRANSMISSION NOT BEING FULLY SEATED ON THE OUTPUT SHAFT. *TW|
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