2000 Mustang Transmission

Transmission

Keep Your 2000 Mustang's Transmission Shifting Smoothly

2000 Mustang Transmission

Transmission

Keep Your 2000 Mustang's Transmission Shifting Smoothly

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2000 Transmission

How many times do you shift your 2000 Mustang per drive? Even if you've got an automatic transmission, you count on your Mustang to change into gear as needed. But as its internal components wear down, your transmission might start to feel sluggish. With a little maintenance, or some upgrades, you can get your transmission's performance back.

One of the most common maintenance items for manual transmissions is replacing the clutch. Though clutches can last a long time, hard driving can wear through the stock clutch quickly. Performance clutches can offer better grip for longer. Upgrading your clutch is also important for drivers who have made some serious performance upgrades on their Mustang. More horsepower and torque means you need a clutch that can perform under pressure.

A new shifter is a great investment, whether you're driving a manual or an automatic. An upgraded shifter gives your Mustang a more customized feel, and looks great to boot.

Though big modifications get the most attention, we also carry the small parts you need to keep your transmission working well. If you notice your backup light isn't coming on when you slide into reverse, then you might need something as small as a backup light switch. One quick install and your transmission could be good for years to come.

Whether you need a small bearing or nut or a whole new transmission, you'll find the best options for your 2000 Mustang here.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, or 2004 for additional options.