Do you have a check engine light on in your Mustang? Will it not pass the state inspection emissions test? Your Mustang ECU relies on engine sensors to relay information to the computer and tell it what the motor is doing. Latemodel Restoration Supply has a complete line of "Motorcraft" factory replacement engine sensors including EGR valves and sensors, PCV valves, TPS sensors, and oxygen sensors also known as O2 sensors, or MIL eliminators. Whatever your Mustang emission or Mustang engine sensor needs are, Latemodel Restoration Supply can keep your 1979-2014 Mustang emissions legal and passing inspections!
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A bad EGR Valve can cause poor or rough idle, bucking on acceleration, illuminated Check Engine Light, or a combination of these. Then your Mustang EGR Valve may be to blame. An EGR Valve, or Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve, is a component of the emissions system. It's fucntion is to recycle a small amount of exhaus... more
Mustang oxygen sensors and O2 sensors usually cause those annoying check engine lights. Order Today! Replace your Mustang oxygen sensors or add Mustang 02 Extensions if you replace your stock or shorty Mustang headers with long tube or full length headers. If your 96-04 Mustang 4.6L race or show car has an engine lig... more
A malfunctoning Mustang coolant temperature sensor can provide false information to your Mustang Computer or PCM that could cause anything from erratic idle to catastrophic engine failure on your Mustang Engine! Replace your Mustang coolant temperature sensor before you have to replace other things that are more expen... more
The Mustang PCV Valve is a spring-loaded valve with a specific orifice size designed to restrict the amount of air that's siphoned from the crankcase into the Mustang Intake Manifold. This is necessary because air drawn through the PCV Valve from the crankcase has a leaning effect on the fuel mixture much the same as a... more
Your TPS or Throttle Position Sensor is responsible for a smooth Idle. If your car is having problems starting or idling, it could be as easy as replacing your Mustangs throttle position sensor we offer Mustang throttle position sensor's for all year Mustangs from 1986,1987,1988,1989,1990,1991,1992,1993, and 1994,1995,... more
Mustang Air Charge Temperature Sensors send the Air Inlet Temp to the computer so it can make the correct adjustments for the outside weather conditions. When the Air Charge Temp Sensor isn't working right, it can cause your car to have a rough or erratic idle. LRS has a complete listing of 86-93 and 94-04 Mustang Air ... more
The Mustang Carcoal Canister is located on the Passenger Side (RH) frame rail between the Anti-Sway Bar mount & the Radiator. It filters & retains fuel vapors from the Gas Tank (Fuel Tank) & prevents them from entering the atmosphere. Under cruise conditions, the PCM opens the Mustang Canister Purge Valve & allows th... more
The Throttle Air Bypass Valve (TAB) & Throttle Air Diverter Valve (TAD) are part of the SMOG or Emissions system. They are controled by the PCM via the TAB & TAD Vacuum Control Valves. The Mustang TAB & TAD Vacuum Control Valves are located on the rear of the passenger side (RH) Strut Tower. more
Mustang Smog Pumps are usually one of the first things to go when people are looking for more power on their 79-93 Mustangs. This leaves the next owner scrambling to find one to put on so they can pass emissions. Latemodel Restoration Supply offers help in both areas. LRS offers a wide variety of Mustang Smog Pump El... more
Got a malfunction mass air flow sensor on your Mustang? When these MAF sensors go bad, you can experience rough idle, sputtering, engine hesitation, and an illuminated check engine light. Latemodel Restoration has you covered with direct replacement sensors! These sensors feature factory style connectors to quickly and... more
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