Heating & Cooling

Mustang Air Conditioning & Heating 1964-2014

Heating & Cooling

If your Mustang's engine isn't at the right temperature, it's not going to perform properly. Similarly, if you're not comfortable when driving your Mustang, you're going to not want to drive it anymore. That's what makes your Mustang Heating and Air Conditioning system so important. CJ Pony Parts has every part you need to keep these vital systems in your Mustang running in perfect condition.

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Ford Mustang Heating & Cooling

In most parts of the United States, the climate required Ford to have both Mustang heating and Mustang air conditioning systems. Therefore, when the Mustang was introduced in 1965, it included a Mustang air conditioner as an option on all models except for the HP V-8. Over the years, Mustang air conditioning became standard on most, then all models. Today, every car sold contains a Mustang air conditioner and every Mustang has always contained a heater.

Generally, the Mustang heating and cooling system is going to be an area of your Mustang that you want professionals to be involved in servicing and repairing. Due to the complexity of the heating and cooling system and some of the chemicals that are involved in keeping you and your Mustang cool and warm, it is usually difficult for the owner to handle that annual service and any repairs on your Mustang. Simple repairs, however, are definitely things that the owner can handle, and CJ Pony Parts has all of the Mustang heating and cooling parts to make those repairs happen.

To maintain the Mustang air conditioner and the Mustang heater, make sure you see a professional technician, like the team at CJ Pony Service, at least once per year. Both the Mustang air conditioning system and the Mustang heating system have numerous belts, hoses and pulleys that should be checked for damage, leaks or wear and tear. The Mustang radiator and Mustang thermostat can also easily fail, requiring you to purchase and install a new Mustang radiator or Mustang thermostat. Mustang owners will also want to make sure the air filter is clean and the car has the proper amount of coolant in the Mustang radiator to keep the Mustang engine cool and for the Mustang air conditioner and Mustang heater to work properly.

If you encounter a problem with your Mustang air conditioning system or the heating system, check all of the Mustang hoses & hose clamps, seals and belts to make sure none have broken. If anything is broken, CJ Pony Parts has the part you need to repair your Mustang air conditioner or heater, including Mustang radiators and Mustang thermostats, so you can order it and get it quickly, which will get your Mustang back on the road.

Repairing some of these hoses, clamps and the thermostat is actually a job that many Mustang owners can tackle on their own. Swapping out a hose and a clamp is very simple, and the thermostat or radiator replacement is generally a pretty simple repair as well. If those repairs don't fix the Mustang heating and cooling system, the problem with your Mustang heating and cooling might be much bigger and ore involved. So, if that doesn't do the trick, you may need to see a mechanic at CJ Pony Service, who can professionally fix or replace your Mustang air conditioning system or heating system.