- Fits the 1996–2004Ford Mustang V8
- Activates at lower temperature so coolant flows through system earlier
- Allows for cooler engine temperatures
- Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
The Mishimoto racing thermostat for the 1996-2004 Ford Mustang will promote greater cooling efficiency throughout your engine. The Mishimoto racing thermostat will significantly lower high engine temperature produced by modified and upgraded turbo applications. Once the engine is fully warmed up the Mishimoto racing thermostat will open up at a lower temperature than standard thermostats, also allowing the coolant to flow through the engine sooner thus reducing and maintaining cooler engine temperatures.
(1) Mishimoto Thermostat
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This thermostat will not fit Ford 4.6L DOHC engines.
- TECH SPECS
Engine Codes 289ci (4.6L) Chassis Codes SN-95 Fits 2001 Ford Mustang Bullitt
1996-2004 Ford Mustang GT
2003-2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1
1995-2002 Lincoln Continental
1996 Lincoln Continental Anniversary
1996 Lincoln Continental Spinmaker Edition
1997-1998 Lincoln Mark VII
1997-1998 Lincoln Mark VII LSC
2003-2004 Mercury Maurader
OEM Activation Temp C 88°C OEM Activation Temp F 190.4°F Install Torque Specs This thermostat will not fit Ford 4.6L DOHC engines. Mishimoto Activation Temp (Fahrenheit) 154.4°F Mishimoto Activation Temp (Celsius) 68°C
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