Convertible Top Hydraulic Motor Assembly for 1965-173 Mustangs.Now made with completely new tooling, this motor is a direct replacement for your factory convertible top motor. Features the correct OE motor design unlike the most units that use universal internals. The new motor design provides consistent hydraulic pressure to raise and lower the power top with ease (300-325psi).
Includes the correct wiring connections and rubber mounts for an easy installation.
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looking for a 04 mustang motor, will this one fit?
No, that one won't fit. Look up CJ part # CTM1 or CTM5.
Date published: 2015-04-24
I can hear my convertible top motor trying to lift the top, but it won't come up. I'm thinking both of the hydraulic cylinders are bad. Me being non-mechanically inclined, would I have any big problems trying to replace these cylinders myself?
It shouldn't be too bad of a job if you watch the installation video and take it step by step. If you have any issues, don't hesitate to let us know! Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GozPSrPSu0
Date published: 2015-01-19
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By Bill Tumas: We're here with a replacement convertible top motor. This convertible top motor's going to mount to the factory bracket on your 1964 through 1993 Mustang. It's going to use the factory hardware but comes with new isolators, as well as a new wiring harness. You want to make sure you use automatic transmission fluid only for the fluid in this system. If you use brake fluid or hydraulic fluid, you can damage the pumps and the cylinders. There's a drain right on the back of the motor. When filling it, fill only to the bottom of the drain. Make sure you don't over fill it. You'll want it on a flat surface when you're filling it as well. Once you fill up the convertible top motor, you'll want to put the top up and down three to four times and then recheck your fluid level. If you can still hear the convertible top motor working but that top is not going up and down, you probably want to check the cylinders before replacing the motor.