2016 MUSTANG GT350

Shelby GT350® The legacy returns with adrenaline-pumping performance.

Shelby GT350®

The legacy returns with adrenaline-pumping performance.

  • 5.2L V8 with flat-plane crank
  • 526 hp and 429 lb.-ft. of torque
  • 3.73 TORSEN® limited-slip differential
  • MagneRide™ suspension

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2.3L EcoBoost®

The available 2.3L EcoBoost® engine – a marvel of power and efficiency.**

  • 310 horsepower*
  • 320 lb.-ft. of torque*

*Tested with 93-octane fuel.
**EPA-estimated rating of 21 city/32 hwy/25 combined mpg, available 2.3L EcoBoost auto Fastback. Actual mileage will vary. Class is High-Power Sports Cars.

Ideally balanced power

The Mustang 3.7L V6 strikes an ideal balance of power, displacement and efficiency.

  • 300 horsepower
  • 280 lb.-ft. of torque
  • EPA-estimated 19 city/28 hwy/22 combined mpg*

*EPA-estimated rating of 19 city/28 hwy/22 combined mpg, V6 auto Fastback. Actual mileage will vary.

Start Your Imaginations

Like the Mustang, our Customizer is new from the ground up. The only limit? Your imagination.

  • 3-D rendering allows you to customize from any angle
  • Nearly endless custom colors and options
  • Create a profile and save dozens of cars
  • Share your creation with your social networks
  • Future updates: Google Street View and a racing game
  • Download the app on your handheld device to customize anywhere*

*Message and data rates may apply.

Explore the All New 2015 Ford F-150

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Here are some of the best factors, that make the new 2015 Ford F-150 a one of a kind truck:

  • High-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body and high-strength steel frame for less weight yet greater strength
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  • Improved power-to-weight ratio across the entire 4-engine lineup for greater performance
  • Best-ever ride, handling and braking
  • New features that redefine the cab and pickup box


The F-150 provides available LED lighting everywhere you need it.

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Over 100 patents. So you can work even smarter.

  • 360-Degree Camera with Split-View Display* – a feature that’s helpful when you’re maneuvering in tight spaces and on trails
  • Lane-Keeping System* – vibrates the steering wheel or gives torque sensations, or both if you choose, when you drift too close to a lane marker†
  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert* – signals when a vehicle is in a blind spot or passing behind as you’re slowly backing out†
  • Curve Control – reduces speed when you’re going too fast on a curve
  • Active Park Assist* – assists you when parallel parking

*Available feature.
†Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle.


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Transmission not operating properly?

Simple tips and things to check.

Pull the transmission measuring stick, look at the color of the fluid, it should be a reddish color, not brown. Original fluid is red, it will discolor with age, if it’s brown and has a burnt smell, it means the transmission has been slipping, the internal clutches are worn.

If there is no burnt smell or brown fluid, it may just be a simple transmission reprograming or updated downloads to the ECU (engine control unit).

Modern automatic transmissions are controlled by the ECU.  The ECU has the ability to memorize your driving habits, how fast you accelerate, average speed, distance travelled, etc.  This is to optimize fuel economy and develop shifting points. If another driver uses the vehicle, it can change the shifting points, because of different driving habits.

Transmission fluid should be changed regularly, each manufacture has it’s own recommended change intervals.  Some auto dealers recommend a power flush when you change fluid.  This has some value, since torque converters hold over half of the fluid, and it can’t be drained manually.
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Do it yourself auto repair?

I’ve always been a hands on car owner. Usually doing all minor car or even home repairs. But with saying that, modern autos and trucks are something I can do almost nothing, except the usual fluid top offs, tire pressure checks, engine oil check, tire wear check, visual brake pad inspections.

Twenty years ago (1990’s) the average new vehicle had on board computing power, equal to on board computers used in the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon mission. Now they are equal to military aircraft of the 1980’s.  Modern autos and trucks are amazing.

Carburetors have been replaced by fuel injectors, spark plugs are now platinum tipped and only need 100K replacement, air cleaners 30K replacement, semi synthetic oil 7.5K.

Turbo charging makes engines smaller and more powerful, plus increasing fuel economy. Turbo chargers are lubricated with the engines oil, and clean oil is important for the Turbo charger.

While I can’t repair my new vehicle, I can keep it operating properly, with regular factory scheduled maintenance.

Inexpensive automotive computer scan tools are available, but they will only read the vehicle computer codes, they won’t tell you what parts need to be replaced. Inexperienced mechanics may just start replacing parts, until they finally locate the actual defect one. Many times those parts and labor are covered by auto manufacturers emissions warranties, which are 8/80.<a href=”http://jamescollinsford.com“>James Collins Ford</a>