Convertible Top Hydraulic Motor for 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Mustangs.
Over the years the convertible components on your 1994-2004 Mustang might become worn out or damaged with time. If your Convertible Top Hydraulic Motor is damaged it might be time to replace it with this high quality reproduction motor. This Convertible Top Hydraulic Motor is a direct replacement for all 1994-2004 Mustangs. The correct wiring connector is installed on the motor making it easy to install on your Mustang.
- Fits 1994-2004 Mustangs
- Correct Wiring Connector
- OEM Style Replacement
- Rubber Isolators
This new tooling offers the correct OE motor design. A new motor design provides consistent hydraulic pressure of 300-325 psi to raise and lower the power top with ease. With a permanent magnet motor design, this unit increases the efficiency compared to standard coil motors and eliminates additional power consumption. The new design results in less mechanical wear, lower noise levels and negates coil burn-out.
If you need parts for your Mustang convertible top, or you just need a whole new convertible top for your 1994-2004 Mustang, CJ Pony Parts all of the Mustang convertible tops and other supporting parts you're looking for. Choose from a cloth or vinyl top, and add a convertible top boot, a new motor, plus upgraded molding that goes around your convertible top.
Purchase a new Convertible Top Hydraulic Motor for your 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 or 2004 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Which is the better motor for a 2000 Ford Mustang v6 convertible? This (CTM5) or the CTM1 ( http://www.cjponyparts.com/convertible-top-hydraulic-motor-assembly-1994-2004/p/CTM1/ )? Are there pros/cons to both/either?
when filling should the top be down also when working air out should the fill plug be out
I see that the convertible top motor only goes to 2004. will this motor fit a Mustang GT 2006 convertible
What is the warranty on this pump/ motor? And can you use Dextron Automatic Transmission fluid that is currently in my system. I saw a negative complaint in these post on ths topic
How do you access the 2001 Mustang convertible top motor? Can I see if it needs fluid? Top gets half way up and stalls while motor runs. Thanks much.
Can this be used in a 2005 mustang?
you show two hydraulic motors for my convertible top, both for my 2001 GT V8,one for $289. and 1 for $239. what the difference? and please don't say 50 bucks!!!!!
Does this motor come with installation instructions? If not, where can I get "how to" instructions; also does the back seat have to be removed, and if so, how do I do that?
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On our 2001 GT here we've shown you how to replace the convertible top assembly. We'll also show you how to replace the hydraulic cylinders. If you watched the hydraulic cylinder video, we did mention the convertible top motor was getting a little bit tired. Today we're going to show you how to replace a convertible top motor using our 2001 Mustang GT.
This replacement convertible top motor is specific to the 1994 through 2004 Mustang, but basically the installation process and the top motor itself is going to be the same from all 1965 all the way up to the 2004. It's a hydraulic motor. Simply, you're going to plug it in, connect the lines, fill it with fluid, and it should fix our problem.
For this installation, you're going to need a 3/8 ratchet, 10 mm socket, a short extension, 1/2 inch wrench, small flat blade screwdriver, and a plastic syringe.
The convertible top motor is in the same place on every Mustang. It's going to be in the very front part of the trunk, basically right behind the seat.
To install it, we have to remove the seat first so we can access it. We'll start by removing the lower seat cushion. What you want to do is pull up on the cushion. Right in the middle, you'll see there's a little clip. You might be able to get it with your finger. If not, you'll need a small screwdriver. You push that clip in then the seat will come up. Once you release both clips, pull up and remove our seat bottom.
Now to remove the seat back, there's two 10mm screws down here. Remove both sides then we can remove the seat back. Once the bolts are removed, pull out and lift up. We can remove our seat back.
Now that we have access to our motor itself, we'll start by disconnecting the electrical plug on the bottom. A little tap with a screwdriver will remove that. The motor itself is held to the bracket just by these rubber clips. If you give it a good pull, it'll pop right off.
Now the motor will have some ATF fluid in it. The reason I take it off the bracket first is to put a drain underneath it. That way as soon as we crack the fittings, we don't get fluid all over the trunk.
At this point, we can install our new motor. What you want to do is remove both of the shipping nuts on both sides that protect the fittings. Also, remove the rubber plug from the end to make it easier to fill it.
Put it into place and thread the lines in. You don't want to crank on these too tight, but make sure they're definitely nice and snug. Move that out of the way and we can plug it in.
I'm going to grab some ATF and a little turkey baster here. We're going to fill the system up. You want to fill it until it starts dripping out of the side there and then you're good.
I want to make sure our motor is seated properly in the frame. Now we're going to run the motor to bleed the system.
Now we're going to run the top up and down a couple times to make sure there's no air in the system and double check and re-fill the motor.
Now that you ran it a couple times to get the air out of the system, double check the fluid is topped off, install the plug, re-assemble the back seat.
Once the system is tested, all the air is out of it, we can re-install the rear seat and your installation is finished.
Now that the convertible top is working like it should, our Mustang convertible's ready to go down the road. The installations' a little time consuming, a little bit messy, but figure no more that about 2 to 3 hours and be back on the road in no time.