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Hi Jock,
The bag with the lug nuts also has the order
code for a replacement socket for the wheel
locks in case it’s ever lost. And we left a CD
with with some albums on it in the car. We
don't need that back.
I want to make sure there are no surprises
with the oil drain valve. The oil pan drain
plug has been replaced with a Fumoto valve as
mentioned in the ad. You can do a search, but
basically it is just a miniature ball valve.
You turn a lever to open it. The lever rests
in a detent under spring load. You press to
defeat the spring and then it can be turned in
a perpendicular plane to open the valve. I
assume you will have it serviced by a shop and
they MAY be unfamiliar. You DON’T want them to
think the valve is a weird drain plug and
unscrew it every time. The valve has a nipple
for an optional hose to be attached for
directing the oil into a container. A shop
won’t care about the hose but if you or your
son change your own oil, the hose eliminates
drips, etc.. I didn’t include the hose because
I have just one for all my vehicles. but you

can get one from Fumoto retailers or for a
dollar or two locally. It’s just a common
diameter automotive hose you can buy by the
foot.
Since you asked, the Performance Package also
includes the wider performance tires and those
19” wheels. That’s in addition to the
suspension, brakes and gearing changes.
The automated headlights just required
replacing the light switch with one from a
Premium that had the automatic setting. All
the other components (daylight sensors, etc.)
were already in the car but dormant.
This car was also the first non-premium
Mustang with working stereo controls on the
steering wheel. Stock, there were only buttons
for cruise control. When the Boss 302 model
was released I noticed it had the same stereo
part number as non-premium Mustangs yet it had
stereo controls on the steering wheel.
Schematics showed no cables running from the
Boss wheel to the stereo. That meant they
talked to each other over the CAN Bus. But if
someone installed a Boss 302 wheel or a

Premium wheel the stereo controls didn’t work.
I tracked down where Ford had gone out of
their way to add a “call blocking” order to
keep those parts from communicating. A two
byte patch disabled that and opened the door
for thousands of Mustang owners to replace
their plastic, cruise only wheels with leather
premium or Alcantara Boss 302 wheels and
working stereo controls. But you have the very
first.
And if you were wondering, no, there aren’t
any other patches or any weirdness done to the
car. You know absolutely everything that isn’t
as it came from the factory.


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