American Car Craft Coil Cover Stainless Steel With Powered By Ford Etching Pair 5.0L 2011-2017/GT350/GT350R 2015-2018
Pair of American Car Craft Stainless Steel Coil Covers with Powered By Ford Etching for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 5.0L and 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 GT350 and GT350R Mustangs.
Dress up the engine compartment of your 2011-2017 5.0L or 2015-2018 GT350 or GT350R Mustang with this Pair of American Car Craft Stainless Steel Coil Covers with Powered By Ford Etching. These American Car Craft trim pieces are designed to fit on your pony's stock coil covers and are available in your choice of a brushed or polished finish.
Features and Benefits of the Pair of Stainless Steel Coil Covers with Powered By Ford Etching:
- Available in either a high polished mirror finish or satin brushed finish
- Made from 100% premium stainless steel
- Will not rust, tarnish or fade
- Sold as a pair for driver and passenger side
- "Powered by Ford" laser etched into top
- Officially licensed by Ford
- Gives your Mustang a unique look
- Easy peel and stick installation
- Made in the USA
- Fits ALL 2011-2017 GT, 2012-2013 Boss 302, 2015-2018 GT350 and GT350R Mustangs.
Please Note: These are not replacements for your factory coil covers, these are designed to be high-quality covers that dress up your existing coil covers.
While the stock engine bay looks fine, one of the many Mustang underhood dress-up parts from CJ Pony Parts can set it apart and make it look great! With dozens of options to choose from, you can customize your Mustang any way you want to make it a true original.
Order this Pair of American Car Craft Stainless Steel Coil Covers with Powered By Ford Etching for your 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 or 2017 5.0L or 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 GT350 or GT350R Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
Novice skill is required for this installation.
First step, remove the intake cover. You don't necessarily have to do it but it makes it a lot easier to do the installation and it's going to be easier for you to see as well. After that we're going to start over on the passenger side. So you're going to remove your oil cap. Disconnect this clip, then pull up and remove. Passenger side it's going to be the same thing except the clip's a little harder to get to. I'm going to sort of flip it up, take it off at the intake first and then you can spin it around so you can see the fitting. Pop it off and then remove the cover.
A couple of things to take note before we actually begin the installation. Your factory covers are going to have curves off the edge here which these don't, which again is no problem. Basically your primary area this is going to stick is going to be here, here and here. To make sure it stays on, what we want to do first is flip it over and take our panel here, just kind of lay it where it's going to go. Line it up with everything. What you're going to see is obviously there's a gap there that's not quite touching, same thing in the back. What we're going to do is actually bend the panel so we get a much tighter fit against our factory cover.
Kind of bend it by hand. It will bend fairly easily. Put a little bit of force into it. Okay now we're ready to prep for installation. Since this cover is under your hood, it's probably going to be dirty. To make sure we get a good adhesion, before we put the adhesive promoter on, we're going to clean it with some soapy water and then some alcohol. Concentrate the alcohol where we know we're going to be actually having the tape touch.
Now the adhesion promoter. The adhesion promoter is kind of nasty stuff. You don't want to touch this stuff. Make sure you're in a well-ventilated area. Just basically leave it in the packaging. Just wipe it where the tape's going to go. If you want to take it out, make sure you use some gloves. Keep in mind this is not a cleaner, this is just going to make it stick better so you want to make sure it's thoroughly clean first.
Okay, now we can remove the double stick tape from the back of our coil cover and then take the cover and you want to carefully align everything. Press down and hold it for a few seconds to let it adhere. Now that's ready to install. We'll put our coil cover back in place. Line up the tabs and press it on. The kit includes eight of these little covers. These are going to go on the wiring harnesses that connect to your coil packs. You pull this back on the back, there's basically some putty on the back. I'm just going to press it on. The putty is not permanent so don't worry about the plug, it's not going to hurt anything. Once you push it on, just let it sit like that. You're going to reconnect the line and then reinstall your oil cap.
The last part of the installation I'm going to say is optional and this is up to you if you want to do this or not, but the kit includes wire ties. Take these wires here on your cam sensors, tie them tight against the sensor and then this cap here basically goes over it and you're going to push it down. Again, it's up to you if you want to put them on. I'm not a fan of bending the wire quite that much. If you do it just make sure you're very careful with the wire. Okay. When you're done here you want to repeat the process over on the driver's side and your installation's finished.
The American Car Craft coil covers now give your 2015 engine bay a nice, finished look. They match the intake cover perfectly 'cause they're the same stainless steel. Like I said, they're available in polished as well. Installation is very straightforward, maybe a half hour, 45 minutes tops. You'll be back on the road in no time.