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  1. TPMS accuracy 2022 Mustang GT Premium

    Mine too. Very accurate. I have two high quality digital gauges, and all four of the TPMS sensors agree with them to the nearest tenth of a bar.
  2. Bought My First Electric!

    Every day it seems more and more adults are starting to use children's toys. Odd...
  3. Clickable forum navigation links not active anymore

    The links are clickable, but there's something strange about them. The hyperlink seems to be a bit above the text, so that the text itself appears to be non-clickable. If you touch the text, the cursor won't change and the link won't work: But if you aim a bit higher, it will work...
  4. What you think of the new Mustang?

    Except younger buyers cannot afford it. And they look hideous in an old man's Mercedes as well. I've been driven in an S-class where the entire dashboard, from one end to the other, was just a giant screen. It was giving me nausea even as a passenger, sitting in the rear. I don't even want to...
  5. Automatic window roll up gadget

    My door switch panel, 2020 Euro GT, looks like this: Part number FR3B-14A564-DN3ZHE. I have not idea if it's compatible with the 2015 though. Mechanically it most likely is, but electrically... But if that gadget is made for this type of panel, and the other end of the gadget, which connects...
  6. Speeding Ticket via Laser from Moving Cop Car Approachin me?

    Of course. If we stayed at home and stopped driving, there would be no more accidents. Why 70 mph? Let's make it 30 mph on highways and 5 mph in cities, and then send all offenders to prison for twenty years. Nobody will ever die in a car crash again, guaranteed.
  7. Speeding Ticket via Laser from Moving Cop Car Approachin me?

    Let's be honest, most speed limits can be exceeded perfectly safely. 70 mph on highways may have been safe in the 1920s, but in 2022 it's absolutely stupid. Speed limits and tickets have nothing to do with safety; they're all about raising money. It's not about hurrying. It has nothing to do...
  8. Mach-1 active exhaust is quiet when idling

    It can, because on each side of the car only one of the tips has a valve. In quiet mode it's completely closed even at idle. I think it's not necessarily an intrinsic feature of the engine, but just the very low idle speed. At 800-900 rpm you can hear it quite well. At 600... not so much. When...
  9. Mach-1 active exhaust is quiet when idling

    I've noticed this in the GT as well. At warm idle (cca. 625 rpm) it's barely audible on a busy street even in track mode. The valves do not close at idle (not in track mode, anyway). It's just the exhaust design coupled with the very low idle speed.
  10. Formula 1 talk.

    It was supposed to start ten minutes ago, but it's delayed for one hour due to heavy rain.
  11. Grabber Lime 2020 GT Build Thread

    I've had an H-pipe on my wishlist in my Steeda account for quite some time, but I'm afraid to place the order because I'm not sure I'll like it. All the video clips I could find seem to feature US vehicles, and I'm not sure whether Euro/UK and US vehicles share the same mufflers. The Steeda...
  12. Voltage fluctuations and deep sleep mode 2022 Mustang gt

    I have noticed it myself, and it's also in the service manual: I haven't seen the exact number of days specified anywhere, but in my case it's always seven. Each time I was away from home for more than seven days (the battery being full and connected to a charger during this time) it was...
  13. Distorted/uneven sound when Seatbelt Chimes/Engine Start Chimes

    By default the instrument panel cluster will try to route the chimes through the audio system. If for some reason it can't communicate with the Sync unit, then it will use its own internal speaker instead. It is also possible, using ForScan, to instruct the IPC to always use its own speaker. The...
  14. Formula 1 talk.

    I'm not in the least surprised. Verstappen is just a rough, vulgar bully. This is exactly what I would expect from him.
  15. Voltage fluctuations and deep sleep mode 2022 Mustang gt

    That's why it never goes to sleep. If a tree falls in a forrest and there's no one around to hear it, does it make a sound? :giggle: 😁 The deep sleep turns off remote connectivity and, I believe, the keyless entry. Without FordPass, and with the car unlocked, you won't know about it. Once you...
  16. Voltage fluctuations and deep sleep mode 2022 Mustang gt

    The car will always go to deep sleep after seven days of sitting, regardless of the battery's state of charge. It could be completely full and connected to a charger; it doesn't matter, it will still go to sleep after seven days no matter what. However, if it does it sooner, that's an indication...
  17. Water Drain Holes

    I intended to do that, but then I realized the exact thing that you're saying, which is why I gave up on the idea and deleted my comment. :blush: I had noticed that that place was always full of water, there's always a pool of standing water that doesn't drain, and at first I thought it was...
  18. Look what I discovered in my 22! 🤨

    US vehicles didn't have them at all before 2022? I thought they had them in the same (smaller) size as Euro ones. I will try to open mine up and take a picture tomorrow, to see if it's the same as a pre-2022 US one.
  19. Water Drain Holes

    Hi, It's good practice to check the water drain holes from time to time and make sure they aren't clogged. But where are they? How many of them are there? I couldn't find this information anywhere. So far I've only identified the following: - two holes on the lower inner edge of each door - one...
  20. Look what I discovered in my 22! 🤨

    I wonder if European Mustangs have also got this redesigned carbon trap. In Europe the advertised power output hasn't changed in 2022; it's still 450 HP, as it was before. If this new-style carbon trap is indeed the cause of the 10 HP loss, then we should not have it here. If we do have it, then...
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