The 2013 Ford Mustang is an easy car to maintain. The battery is quick to find and has open access to both the bracket and terminals, so changing it shouldn’t be a problem. The spare tire and jack kit are packaged together in the trunk, allowing for reliable access in the event of a flat. The engine air filter housing is easy to access and doesn’t require any tools to disengage it, allowing for hassle-free filter changes.
However, the 2013 Ford Mustang has its downsides. The wheel well lining must be removed to access the parking light and turn signal bulbs, whose rigid construction won’t allow for reliable changes. Accessing the petcock is also tedious, requiring a large panel and multiple bolts to be removed from underneath the vehicle in order to reach it. The cabin air filter has a convoluted set-up in the cowl, proving problematic to access.
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