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How much does Ford Mustang II repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Ford Mustang II services.

Service Estimate Savings Dealer Estimate Location
Service type Ball Joint Front - Upper Left Replacement for 1975 Ford Mustang II V8-5.0L Estimate $483 Savings 26.11% Dealer Estimate $654 Location Charlotte, NC
Service type Window Motor / Regulator Assembly - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1975 Ford Mustang II V6-2.8L Estimate $657 Savings 46.78% Dealer Estimate $1235 Location Indianapolis, IN
Service type Exterior Door Handle - Driver Side Front Replacement for 1978 Ford Mustang II V8-5.0L Estimate $190 Savings 37.52% Dealer Estimate $304 Location Merritt Island, FL
Service type Car Battery Terminal Ends Replacement for 1975 Ford Mustang II V8-5.0L Estimate $113 Savings 27.44% Dealer Estimate $156 Location Fontana, CA
Service type Control Arm Assembly - Front Lower Right Replacement for 1978 Ford Mustang II V8-5.0L Estimate $716 Savings 45.73% Dealer Estimate $1320 Location Burbank, CA
Service type Axle / CV Shaft Assembly - Driver Side Front Replacement for 1978 Ford Mustang II L4-2.3L Estimate $349 Savings 39.53% Dealer Estimate $577 Location Detroit, MI
Service type Control Arm Assembly - Rear Upper Right Replacement for 1977 Ford Mustang II L4-2.3L Estimate $327 Savings 40.00% Dealer Estimate $546 Location San Francisco, CA
Service type Control Arm Assembly - Front Lower Left Replacement for 1976 Ford Mustang II V8-5.0L Estimate $667 Savings 44.60% Dealer Estimate $1205 Location Silver Spring, MD

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Answers to common Ford Mustang II questions

Bought a car on Ebay, car runs kind of rough and there is a strong smell of gas
Answered by Kevin
The ticking noise is from the valve train. Exhaust from any car of that vintage, no matter how well tuned, is going to be very noticeable and remarkably worse than a modern car. As far as the rough idle, compression...
I put a new alternator in my car yesterday it started up fine about the third time starting the car to starter relay just clicks w
Answered by Jeff
A starter like any other mechanical and electrical part is subject to failing sometimes for no apparent reason. However, sometimes this is misdiagnosed as well and often times mistaken for something much more simple like a fuse or starter relay....
Car shudders when moving off in first gear or in reverse 1974 Ford Mustang II
Answered by David
Hello - although vibration may come from the driveshaft or loose motion in the rear end, this problem starts with the clutch (https://www.yourmechanic.com/question/how-does-a-clutch-engage-and-disengage). This problem is called "clutch chatter", and it involves the clutch grabbing/releasing multiple times in a choppy...

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