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Old 02-07-2012, 18:34   #1 (permalink)
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96 GT

My little brother just picked up a 96 GT convertible with the 4.6. Any common problems I should watch out for? As of now, I know it has upgraded ignition coils, and some kind of fancy plug wires, along with a newer intake manifold. This manifold is painted blue and feels like its metal. Did the mustangs have plastic manifolds like the crown vics? The guy told my brother that he had changed the manifold, but didn't have receipts. This is the first mustang I've ever dealt with and only the second ford product I've ever dealt with, so any advice or suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks
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