2013 Ford Mustang Owner's Manual

2013 Ford Mustang owners manual
Year:
2013
Make:
Ford
Model:
Mustang
Rating:
(6)

Online manual

Size:
5.7 MB

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
2
Introduction
10
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
10
Protecting the Environment
10
SYMBOL GLOSSARY
11
DATA RECORDING
12
Service Data Recording
12
Event Data Recording
13
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
15
PERCHLORATE MATERIAL
15
FORD CREDIT (U.S. ONLY)
15
REPLACEMENT PARTS RECOMMENDATION
15
Scheduled Maintenance and Mechanical Repairs
15
Collision Repairs
16
Warranty on Replacement Parts
16
SPECIAL NOTICES
16
New Vehicle Limited Warranty
16
Special Instructions
16
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
17
EXPORT UNIQUE (NON–UNITED STATES/CANADA) VEHICLE SPECIFIC INFORMATION
17
Child Safety
18
GENERAL INFORMATION
18
CHILD SEATS
20
CHILD SEAT POSITIONING
20
BOOSTER SEATS
22
Types of Booster Seats
23
INSTALLING CHILD SEATS
25
Using Lap and Shoulder Belts
25
Using Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH)
28
Combining Safety Belt and LATCH Lower Anchors for Attaching Child Safety Seats
30
Using Tether Straps
30
For convertible:
32
Safety Belts
34
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
34
FASTENING THE SAFETY BELTS
36
Restraint of Pregnant Women
37
Safety Belt Locking Modes
37
Vehicle Sensitive Mode
38
Automatic Locking Mode
38
When to Use the Automatic Locking Mode
38
How to Use the Automatic Locking Mode
38
How to Disengage the Automatic Locking Mode
38
Safety Belt Extension Assembly
39
SAFETY BELT WARNING LIGHT AND INDICATOR CHIME
39
Conditions of Operation
39
SAFETY BELT-MINDER®
40
Deactivating and Activating the Belt-Minder® Feature
41
CHILD RESTRAINT AND SAFETY BELT MAINTENANCE
42
Personal Safety System
43
PERSONAL SAFETY SYSTEM™
43
How Does the Personal Safety System Work?
43
Supplementary Restraints System
44
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
44
SOS POST-CRASH ALERT SYSTEM™
45
DRIVER AND PASSENGER AIRBAGS
46
Proper Driver and Front Passenger Seating Adjustment
47
Children and Airbags
47
FRONT PASSENGER SENSING SYSTEM
48
SIDE AIRBAGS
51
CRASH SENSORS AND AIRBAG INDICATOR
53
AIRBAG DISPOSAL
54
Keys and Remote Control
55
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
55
GENERAL INFORMATION ON RADIO FREQUENCIES
55
REMOTE CONTROL
56
Integrated Keyhead Transmitters
56
Car Finder
56
Sounding a Panic Alarm
56
Replacing the Battery
57
Integrated Keyhead Transmitter
57
REPLACING A LOST KEY OR REMOTE CONTROL
57
MyKey
58
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
58
Standard Settings
58
Optional Settings
58
CREATING A MYKEY
59
Programming/Changing Optional Settings
60
CLEARING ALL MYKEYS
60
CHECKING MYKEY SYSTEM STATUS
61
USING MYKEY WITH REMOTE START SYSTEMS
61
Vehicles Equipped with Traditional Keys
61
Vehicles Equipped with Intelligent Access Key (Push Button Start)
62
MYKEY TROUBLESHOOTING
63
Locks
65
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING
65
Power Door Locks
65
Remote Control
65
Unlocking the Doors (Two-Stage Unlock)
65
Locking the Doors
65
Opening the Trunk
66
Smart Locks
66
Autolock (If Equipped)
66
Autounlock (If Equipped)
66
Enabling or Disabling Autolock and Autounlock
67
Illuminated Entry
67
Illuminated Exit
67
Battery Saver
67
TRUNK RELEASE
68
Interior Trunk Control Lockout (Convertible Vehicles Only)
68
Manual Trunk Release (Convertible Vehicles Only)
68
INTERIOR LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT RELEASE
69
Security
70
SECURILOCK® PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM
70
Automatic Arming
70
Anti-Theft Indicator
70
Automatic Disarming
70
Replacement of Integrated Keyhead Transmitters and Coded Keys
71
Programming a Spare Key
71
ANTI–THEFT ALARM (IF EQUIPPED)
72
Partial Monitor Mode
72
Full Monitor Mode
73
Arming the System
73
Disarming the System
74
Triggering the Anti-Theft System
74
Steering Wheel
75
ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL
75
AUDIO CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)
75
VOICE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)
76
CRUISE CONTROL
76
INFORMATION DISPLAY CONTROL
77
Wipers and Washers
78
WINDSHIELD WIPERS
78
WINDSHIELD WASHERS
78
Lighting
79
LIGHTING CONTROL
79
High Beams
79
Headlamp Flasher
79
AUTOLAMPS (If equipped)
80
INSTRUMENT LIGHTING DIMMER
80
HEADLAMP EXIT DELAY
81
DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS (IF EQUIPPED)
82
FRONT FOG LAMPS
82
DIRECTION INDICATORS
83
INTERIOR LAMPS
83
Dome/Map lamps
83
Windows and Mirrors
84
POWER WINDOWS
84
One-Touch Up or Down (Front Windows)
84
Restoring the One-Touch Up Functionality
84
Bounce-Back
85
Overriding the Bounce-Back Feature
85
Short Drop Glass (Front Windows)
85
Re-Calibrating a Window
85
Rear Power Windows (Convertible Only)
85
Manual Override
85
Accessory Delay
86
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
86
Power Exterior Mirrors
86
Heated Exterior Mirror (If Equipped)
86
Pony Projection Lights (If Equipped)
86
Integrated Blind Spot Mirrors (If Equipped)
87
INTERIOR MIRROR
88
Auto-Dimming Mirror (If Equipped)
88
SUN VISORS
88
Slide-On-Rod
88
Illuminated Visor Vanity Mirror
89
Flexible Visor Storage System
89
SUNSHADE (IF EQUIPPED)
90
Instrument Cluster
91
GAUGES
91
Type 1
91
Fuel Gauge
91
Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
91
Type 2
92
Fuel Gauge
92
Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
93
WARNING LAMPS AND INDICATORS
93
Airbag Readiness
93
Anti-lock Brake System
93
Anti-theft System
93
Brake System Warning Light
94
Charging System
94
Door Ajar
94
Engine Oil Pressure
94
Engine Coolant Temperature
95
High Beams
95
Low Fuel
95
Low Tire Pressure Warning
95
Powertrain Malfunction/Reduced Power
95
Safety Belt
95
Service Engine Soon
96
Speed Control (if equipped)
96
Stability Control System
96
Stability Control System Off
97
Turn Signal
97
Upshift (if equipped)
97
AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND INDICATORS
97
Key In Ignition Warning Chime
97
Keyless Warning Alert (If Equipped)
97
Headlamps On Warning Chime
97
Parking Brake On Warning Chime
97
Information Displays
98
GENERAL INFORMATION
98
Information Display Controls (Type 1)
98
Info
98
System Check and Vehicle Feature Customization
99
Information Messages
103
Information Display Controls (Type 2)
103
Main Menu
103
TRIP COMPUTER (Trip A and B)
108
Resetting or Pausing the Trip Computer
108
Trip Time
108
Trip Distance
108
Fuel Used
108
Average MPG (L/100km)
109
Odometer
109
VIRTUAL GAUGES
109
AIR FUEL RATIO
109
VACUUM inHG / BOOST psi (Shelby® GT500®)
109
CYLINDER HEAD TEMP (IF EQUIPPED)
109
INLET AIR TEMP
110
OIL TEMP
110
TRANS TEMP (Automatic Transmission only)
110
VOLTS
110
TRACK APPS (IF EQUIPPED)
111
Accelerometer
111
Acceleration Timer
111
Brake Performance
112
Dashboard Screen (Shelby® GT500®)
112
Launch Control (Shelby® GT500®)
112
INFORMATION MESSAGES
112
ELECTRONIC COMPASS
116
Compass Zone Adjustment
117
Compass Calibration Adjustment
117
Audio System
118
GENERAL AUDIO INFORMATION
118
Radio Frequencies and Reception Factors
118
CD and CD Player Information
118
MP3 Track and Folder Structure
119
AM/FM/CD/SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO
120
AUXILIARY INPUT JACK
123
USB PORT (IF EQUIPPED)
125
SATELLITE RADIO INFORMATION (IF EQUIPPED)
126
Satellite Radio Channels
126
Satellite Radio Reception Factors
126
SIRIUS® Satellite Radio Service
127
Satellite Radio Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
127
Troubleshooting
127
Climate Control
129
MANUAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
129
DUAL ZONE AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM (WITH NAVIGATION SYSTEM)
131
GENERAL OPERATING TIPS
132
Manual Heating and Air Conditioning System
132
Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control
133
HEATED WINDOWS AND MIRRORS (IF EQUIPPED)
134
Heated Rear Window
134
Heated Exterior Mirror (If Equipped)
134
CABIN AIR FILTER
135
Seats
136
SITTING IN THE CORRECT POSITION
136
HEAD RESTRAINTS
137
Front Seat Head Restraints (If Equipped)
137
Front Seat Non-adjustable Head Restraints (If Equipped)
138
Rear Seat Non-adjustable Outboard Head Restraints
138
Tilting Head Restraints (If Equipped)
139
MANUAL SEATS
139
POWER SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)
140
Power Lumbar (If Equipped)
141
HEATED SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)
141
REAR SEATS
142
Rear Seat Entry and Exit
142
2nd Row Seat/Split-Folding Rear Seat (If Equipped)
143
Universal Garage Door Opener (If Equipped)
144
HOMELINK® WIRELESS CONTROL SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
144
Programming
145
Erasing the Function Button Codes
146
Reprogramming a single button
146
Programming HomeLink® to a Genie Intellicode® 2 garage door opener
147
Programing the transmitters
147
Programming HomeLink® to the Genie Intellicode® garage door opener motor
148
Clearing a HomeLink® device
148
FCC and RSS-210 Industry Canada Compliance
148
Auxiliary Power Points
149
AUXILIARY POWER POINTS
149
Locations
149
Storage Compartments
150
CENTER CONSOLE
150
Starting and Stopping the Engine
151
GENERAL INFORMATION
151
IGNITION SWITCH
152
STARTING A GASOLINE ENGINE
152
Guarding Against Exhaust Fumes
153
Important Ventilating Information
153
ENGINE BLOCK HEATER (IF EQUIPPED)
153
Using the Engine Block Heater
154
Fuel and Refueling
155
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
155
FUEL QUALITY
156
Choosing the Right Fuel
156
Octane Recommendations
156
RUNNING OUT OF FUEL
157
Refilling with a Portable Fuel Container
157
REFUELING
158
Easy Fuel® No Cap Fuel System
159
FUEL CONSUMPTION
160
Filling the Tank
160
Calculating Fuel Economy
160
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
161
On-board Diagnostics (OBD-II)
162
Readiness for Inspection/Maintenance (I/M) Testing
163
Transmission
164
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (IF EQUIPPED)
164
SelectShift Automatic® Transmission
165
Brake-shift interlock
166
If Your Vehicle Gets Stuck in Mud or Snow
167
MANUAL TRANSMISSION (IF EQUIPPED)
168
Using the Clutch
168
Recommended Shift Speeds
169
Reverse
170
Parking Your Vehicle
170
AXLE INFORMATION
171
Traction-Lok™ Axle (If Equipped)
171
Axle with TORSEN® Differential (If Equipped)
171
HILL START ASSIST (IF EQUIPPED)
171
Using Hill Start Assist
172
Disabling and Enabling the Hill Start Assist Feature
172
Brakes
174
GENERAL INFORMATION
174
Brake Over Accelerator
174
Anti-Lock Brake System
174
HINTS ON DRIVING WITH ANTI-LOCK BRAKES
175
PARKING BRAKE
175
Traction Control
176
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
176
USING TRACTION CONTROL
176
System Indicator Lights and Messages
176
Stability Control
177
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
177
USING ADVANCETRAC®
178
Parking Aids
180
SENSING SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
180
Using the Rear Sensing System
181
REAR VIEW CAMERA SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
181
Using the Rear View Camera System
182
Guidelines
183
Rear Camera Delay
183
Cruise Control
184
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
184
USING CRUISE CONTROL
184
Switching Cruise Control On
184
Setting a Speed
184
Changing the Set Speed
185
Canceling the Set Speed
185
Resuming the Set Speed
185
Switching Cruise Control Off
185
Driving Aids
186
STEERING
186
Electric Power Steering
186
Steering Tips
187
Selectable Steering
187
Load Carrying
188
LOAD LIMIT
188
Vehicle Loading – With and Without a Trailer
188
Towing
195
TOWING A TRAILER
195
Load Placement
195
RECOMMENDED TOWING WEIGHTS
196
ESSENTIAL TOWING CHECKS
196
Hitches
197
Safety Chains
197
Trailer Brakes
197
Trailer Lamps
197
Before Towing a Trailer
197
When Towing a Trailer
198
Launching or Retrieving a Boat or Personal Watercraft (PWC)
198
WRECKER TOWING
199
TOWING THE VEHICLE ON FOUR WHEELS
200
Emergency Towing
200
Recreational Towing
200
Convertible Top (If Equipped)
201
OPENING THE CONVERTIBLE TOP
201
USING THE BOOT
203
Installing the Boot
203
Removing the Boot
204
Storing the Boot
204
CLOSING THE CONVERTIBLE TOP
205
Driving Hints
206
BREAKING-IN
206
ECONOMICAL DRIVING
206
DRIVING THROUGH WATER
207
FLOOR MATS
208
Roadside Emergencies
210
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
210
Vehicles Sold in the U.S. : Getting Roadside Assistance
210
Vehicles Sold in the U.S. : Using Roadside Assistance
210
Vehicles Sold in Canada : Getting Roadside Assistance
211
Vehicles Sold in Canada : Using Roadside Assistance
211
HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS
211
FUEL CUT-OFF SWITCH
211
JUMP-STARTING THE VEHICLE
212
Preparing Your Vehicle
212
Connecting the Jumper Cables
213
Jump Starting
214
Removing the Jumper Cables
214
Customer Assistance
215
GETTING THE SERVICES YOU NEED
215
Away from Home
215
Additional Assistance
216
IN CALIFORNIA (U.S. ONLY)
217
THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU (BBB) AUTO LINE PROGRAM (U.S. ONLY)
218
UTILIZING THE MEDIATION or ARBITRATION PROGRAM (CANADA ONLY)
219
GETTING ASSISTANCE OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA
219
ORDERING ADDITIONAL OWNER’S LITERATURE
221
Obtaining a French Owner’s Manual
221
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (U.S. ONLY)
222
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (CANADA ONLY)
222
Fuses
223
CHANGING A FUSE
223
Fuses
223
Standard Fuse Amperage Rating and Color
223
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
224
Power Distribution Box
224
Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel
227
Auxiliary Relay with Heated Seats (If Equipped)
230
Maintenance
231
GENERAL INFORMATION
231
Precautions
231
Working with the Engine Off
231
Working with the Engine On
231
OPENING AND CLOSING THE HOOD
232
UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW
233
3.7L V6 Engine
233
5.0L V8 Engine
234
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK
235
ENGINE OIL CHECK
235
Adding Engine Oil
235
ENGINE COOLANT CHECK
236
Checking the Engine Coolant
236
Adding Engine Coolant
236
Recycled Engine Coolant
238
Severe Climates
238
What You Should Know About Fail-Safe Cooling
239
How Fail-Safe Cooling Works
239
When Fail-Safe Mode is Activated
239
TRANSMISSION FLUID CHECK
240
Checking Automatic Transmission Fluid
240
Checking and Adding Manual Transmission Fluid (if equipped)
241
BRAKE AND CLUTCH FLUID CHECK
241
POWER STEERING FLUID CHECK
241
FUEL FILTER
241
WASHER FLUID CHECK
242
CHANGING THE VEHICLE BATTERY
242
Battery Relearn
243
CHECKING THE WIPER BLADES
244
CHANGING THE WIPER BLADES
244
AIR FILTER CHECK
245
ADJUSTING THE HEADLAMPS
246
Vertical Aim Adjustment
246
CHANGING A BULB
247
Lamp Assembly Condensation
247
Replacing HID Headlamp Bulbs
248
Replacing Front Parking Lamp/Turn Signal Bulbs
248
Replacing Front Sidemarker Bulb
249
Replacing Fog Lamp Bulbs (V6) (if equipped)
250
Replacing Fog Lamp Bulbs (GT)
250
Replacing Tail Tamp/Brake/Rear Turn Signal Lamps
250
Replacing Backup Bulbs
250
Replacing Rear Sidemarker Lamp Bulbs
251
Replacing License Plate Lamp Bulbs
251
BULB SPECIFICATION CHART
252
Vehicle Care
253
GENERAL INFORMATION
253
CLEANING PRODUCTS
253
CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
253
Exterior Chrome
254
Underbody
254
Cleaning Plastic Exterior Parts
254
Convertible Top and Padded Molding
254
WAXING
255
REPAIRING MINOR PAINT DAMAGE
255
CLEANING THE ENGINE
255
CLEANING THE WINDOWS AND WIPER BLADES
256
CLEANING THE INTERIOR
256
CLEANING THE INSTRUMENT PANEL AND INSTRUMENT CLUSTER LENS
257
CLEANING LEATHER SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)
258
CLEANING THE ALLOY WHEELS
258
VEHICLE STORAGE
259
Removing Vehicle from Storage
261
Wheels and Tires
262
TIRE CARE
262
Information About Uniform Tire Quality Grading
262
Treadwear
262
Traction AA A B C
263
Temperature A B C
263
Glossary of Tire Terminology
263
INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THE TIRE SIDEWALL
265
Information on P Type Tires
265
Additional Information Contained on the Tire Sidewall for LT Type Tires
268
Information on T Type Tires
269
Location of the Tire Label
269
INFLATING YOUR TIRES
270
Inspecting Your Tires and Wheel Valve Stems
272
Tire Wear
272
Damage
273
U.S. DOT Tire Identification Number
273
Tire Replacement Requirements
274
Safety Practices
275
Highway Hazards
275
Tire and Wheel Alignment
276
Tire Rotation
276
SUMMER TIRES (IF EQUIPPED)
277
USING SNOW CHAINS
277
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM
278
Changing Tires with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System
279
Understanding Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System
279
When Your Temporary Spare Tire Is Installed
280
When You Believe Your System Is Not Operating Properly
280
When Inflating Your Tires
281
How Temperature Affects Your Tire Pressure
281
CHANGING A ROAD WHEEL
282
Dissimilar Spare Tire and Wheel Assembly Information
282
Tire Change Procedure
284
TEMPORARY MOBILITY KIT (IF EQUIPPED)
287
General Information
287
Tips for Use of the Temporary Mobility Kit
288
What to Do When a Tire Is Punctured
289
First Stage: Reinflating the Tire with Sealing Compound and Air
289
Second Stage: Checking Tire Pressure
291
What To Do After the Tire Has Been Sealed
292
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
295
Wheel Lug Nut Torque Specifications
295
Capacities and Specifications
296
ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
296
DRIVEBELT ROUTING
296
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
297
MOTORCRAFT PART NUMBERS
301
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
302
VEHICLE CERTIFICATION LABEL
303
TRANSMISSION CODE DESIGNATION
303
Accessories
304
ACCESSORIES
304
Exterior style
304
Interior style
304
Lifestyle
304
Peace of mind
305
Ford Extended Service Plan
306
FORD ESP EXTENDED SERVICE PLANS (U.S. ONLY)
306
FORD ESP EXTENDED SERVICE PLANS (CANADA ONLY)
308
Scheduled Maintenance
309
GENERAL MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
309
Why Maintain Your Vehicle?
309
Why Maintain Your Vehicle at Your Dealership?
309
Factory-Trained Technicians
309
Genuine Ford and Motorcraft® Replacement Parts
309
Convenience
309
Protecting Your Investment
310
Additives and Chemicals
310
Oils, fluids and flushing
311
Owner Checks and Services
311
Multi-point Inspection
312
NORMAL SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE AND LOG
314
Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor® – 3.7L and 5.0L Engines
314
Maintenance Schedule Log
317
SPECIAL OPERATING CONDITIONS – 3.7L AND 5.0L ENGINES
320
Special Operating Condition Log
322
EXCEPTIONS
324
ENGINE COOLANT CHANGE RECORD
325
Engine Coolant Change Log
325
SYNC®
326
GENERAL INFORMATION
327
Support
327
SYNC Owner Account
327
Driving Restrictions
327
Safety Information
327
Privacy Information
328
USING VOICE RECOGNITION
329
Initiating a Voice Session
329
System Interaction and Feedback
329
Adjusting the Interaction Level
330
Helpful Hints
330
USING SYNC WITH YOUR PHONE
331
Pairing a Phone for the First Time
331
Pairing Subsequent Phones
332
Phone Voice Commands
332
Making Calls Using the Touchscreen
333
Making Calls Using Voice Commands
333
Receiving Calls
334
Phone Options during an Active Call
334
Accessing Features through the Phone Menu
335
Text Messaging
336
Receiving a Text Message
336
Sending Text Messages
336
Accessing Your Phone Settings
338
System Settings
340
Bluetooth Devices Menu Options
340
Advanced Menu Options
341
SYNC APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES (IF EQUIPPED)
341
911 Assist®
342
Setting 911 Assist On
343
In the Event of a Crash
343
911 Assist May Not Work If
344
911 Assist Privacy Notice
344
Vehicle Health Report
344
Vehicle Health Report Privacy Notice
346
SYNC Services: Traffic, Directions & Information (TDI)
346
Connecting to SYNC Services Using Voice Commands
347
Connecting to SYNC Services Using the Phone Menu
347
Receiving Turn-by-Turn Directions
347
Disconnecting from SYNC Services
348
SYNC AppLink™
349
To Access Using the Phone Menu
349
To Access Using the Media Menu
350
To Access Using the Navigation Screen (If Equipped)
350
To Access Using Voice Commands
350
USING SYNC WITH YOUR MEDIA PLAYER
350
Connecting Your Digital Media Player to the USB Port
350
What’s Playing?
351
Media Voice Commands
351
Supported Media Players, Formats and Metadata Information
352
Media Menu Sources and Features
353
Accessing the Media Music Library
353
Bluetooth Audio
355
Line In (Auxiliary Input Jack)
355
System Settings
355
Bluetooth Devices Menu Options
355
TROUBLESHOOTING
356
Navigation System (If Equipped)
363
NAVIGATION CONTROLS
363
Type 1
363
Type 2
366
DISPLAY MODE
368
Display Mode Voice Commands
368
STATUS BARS
369
Customizing Your Home Screen
369
Loading Photos
369
Editing and Deleting Photos
370
Using the Touch-sensitive Controls on Your System
370
Cleaning the Touchscreen Display
371
USING VOICE RECOGNITION
371
How To Use Voice Commands with Your System
371
Helpful Hints
372
Voice Settings
372
SYSTEM MENU FEATURES
373
ENTERTAINMENT
376
AM/FM Radio
376
Audio and Radio Voice Commands
377
HD Radio™ Information (If Available)
379
HD Radio Reception and Station Troubleshooting
381
HD Radio Voice Commands
383
SIRIUS® Satellite Radio (If Activated)
383
SIRIUS® Satellite Radio Voice Commands
386
SIRIUS® Information
387
CD
389
CD Voice Commands
390
MP3
390
DVD
391
Disc Voice Commands
392
DVD Voice Commands
393
Video CD Voice Commands
393
Jukebox
393
Recording Music to Your Jukebox
394
Accessing the Music in Your Jukebox
394
Creating a Playlist
395
Jukebox Voice Commands
396
User Device
396
Line In (Auxiliary Input Jack)
396
TOUCHSCREEN CLIMATE CONTROLS
397
Climate Control Voice Commands
398
INFORMATION
398
Where Am I?
398
SIRIUS® Travel Link™
399
SIRIUS Travel Link Voice Commands
400
Calendar
401
System Information
401
Help
401
SOUND
402
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
402
Disclaimer
402
Route Guidance in Incompletely Mapped Areas
403
Programming a Destination Using the Touchscreen
403
Programming a Destination Using Voice Commands
410
Route Selection Screen
410
Route Selection Screen Icons
411
POI Categories
411
Setting Your Navigation Preferences
412
Map Mode
416
Map Icons
417
Map Scale
418
Map Scrolling
418
Quick-touch Buttons
418
Navigation Map Updates
419
Navigation Voice Commands
419
Troubleshooting
421
Appendices
423
GENERAL INFORMATION
423
SYNC® End User License Agreement (EULA)
423
End user notice
428
Microsoft® Windows® Mobile for Automotive Important Safety Information
428
General Operation
428
TeleNav Software End User License Agreement
430
NavTeq End User License Agreement
434
Gracenote® Copyright
438
Gracenote® End User License Agreement (EULA)
438
Index
441

FAQ about the 2013 Ford Mustang Manual

What contains the 2013 Mustang manual?

The Ford Mustang owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Ford to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Ford Mustang. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Ford Mustang 2013 owner's manual:

  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Ford Mustang owners can do
  • Handling the Unexpected, including tire changes, jump-starting, and common car issues
  • A brief overview of the vehicle and specifications
  • Warranty Information, about the vehicle's warranty coverage
  • Maintenance for your Ford Mustang, such as oil changes, tire rotations, brake inspections, and fluid checks

Where to download the 2013 Ford Mustang Owners Manual?

The Ford Mustang owner manual for the 2013 model year is to be found on this page.

Is the manual for the Ford Mustang year 2013 free?

Yes, the owner manual for the model year 2013 is free, but the repair manuals are usually not easy to get and may cost more.

The Ford Mustang (2013) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2013 is available in English.

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