Door Latch Striker Bushing 1971-1993

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Door Latch Striker Bushing 1971-1993
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Product Description

Door Latch Striker Bushing for 1971-1993 Mustangs.

This direct replacement door latch striker bushing is an easy replacement for your worn out original. Just remove the door latch striker bolt and replace the bushing.

This bushing will also work as a replacement hatch striker bushing on 1981-5/1991 hatchbacks.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Door Latch Striker Bushing Install
You will need a #50 TORX wrench to remove the door striker bolt. I believe you could use vice grip locking pliers but you would chew up the bolt a little bit. When the bolt is loosened, everything starts to move around a little...thats ok. When I did my first one I thought, what if I remove this bolt and the nut on the other side drops to the bottom and I have to remove a bunch of stuff to retrieve it. The nut is called a 'Captured Nut'. It moves around and will not fall. This allows the striker to be adjusted. While you are doing this bushing job you can clean up this area with a little paint and make everything look nice and fresh. A very easy job!.....Paul
Paul Batchelder June 27, 2013
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By Bill Tumas: If you're experiencing play in the door latch of your '79 through '93 Mustang, before you out and buy an expensive door latch, you'll want to check your door striker bushing. Many times this bushing has failed or gone altogether and that's going to cause a lot of play in your door latch.

The door striker bushing is going to be located right here on the door striker. In the case of our '90 GT it's completely gone, which is causing some of the play we're getting in our door. As you can see we have a decent amount of up and down play in our door and our door pins are good so the striker bushing is probably causing the problem.

Ford used this same striker bushing in all '71 through '93 Mustangs. Installation is very simple. The only tool required is going to be a T50 Torx bit. Simply remove the striker. Once we have the striker off, remove the washer, unthread the striker from the catch, install the new striker bushing, install the washer, then reinstall on the car, and your installation's finished.

It's only a small inexpensive bushing, but it makes a huge difference. The door closes nice and tight now. All of our play is also gone from the door. Installation should literally take you less than a minute and you'll be back on the road in no time.