California Pony Cars Radiator Coolant Tank Cover Black Textured Mustang 2015-2023

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California Pony Cars Black Textured Radiator Coolant Tank Cover for all 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 Mustangs.

Add some upgraded looks to the engine bay of your 2015-2023 Mustang with this Black Textured Radiator Coolant Tank Cover (ENG-015-333) from California Pony Cars! Their cover is designed to be a direct fit over your existing tank with no modifications necessary. You’ll quickly improve your underhood styling and add a touch of individual flair under your hood by picking up this Black Textured Radiator Coolant Tank Cover from California Pony Cars. The installation process should take as little as 5 minutes with the included hardware and instructions.

Features and Benefits:
- Simple Bolt-On Installation
- New Black Hardware is Included
- Reuses Factory Reservoir Cap
- Durable ABS Construction
- OEM Style Black Textured Finish
- Designed to Cover the OE Coolant Tank
- Manufactured in the USA

*Installation will require you to disconnect the forward-facing coolant line, this should only be performed when the vehicle is cooled down to avoid possible injury and/or coolant leaks.

California Residents: Proposition 65 Warning

Related Categories: Mustang Parts, Mustang Engine, Mustang Engine Bay Dress-Up, Mustang EcoBoost Engine Parts

Installation Videos

Video Transcript

It's no secret by now that the factory coolant tank used on all 2015-2016 Mustangs is kind of an eyesore under the hood. We've shown you a couple ways to replace this tank, but when it comes down to it, the factory tank does a decent job. It just doesn't look so great under the hood. If you want to stick with your factory tank, but improve the looks, we now offer this cover for your coolant tank from CPC.

The CPC Coolant Tank Cover's a very simple concept. It's simply a black, plastic cover made here in the USA. It's going to go right over the top of your factory coolant tank. That way you can keep the factory tank, you don't have to deal with draining it, but you can improve the looks by getting rid of the clear top, which really looks out of place under the hood. It's very simple to install, as we're going to show you on our 2015 Mustang GT.

For this installation you're going to need a quarter- inch ratchet, ten-millimeter socket, and a set of pliers.

We're going to start the installation by removing the two bolts that hold the factory coolant tank to the fan trap. The hose underneath's going to hold the tank in place. It'll move a little bit, but it'll be okay.

Next, we're going to remove the coolant cap cover. Make sure before you begin this installation the car is cooled down, you don't want to do this when it's hot. Next we'll disconnect the hoses. We're going to start with the front one. Give it a couple squeezes, make sure there's no coolant in it. That way it doesn't leak all over the place we disconnect it.

Now I'll put the cover on, starting in the front. Once we have it in place, reconnect the hoses. Next we can re-install the cap. Then the last step is to install the new hardware in the factory location. And your installation's finished.

If you're not looking to change the tank and want to improve looks under your hood, in my opinion, this is the way to do it. This looks OEM. This how, in my opinion, Ford should have made this. CPC cover's a very easy installation, will take you about maybe fifteen minutes, be back on the road in no time.

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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