OEM Partial Part Replacement Search


2015 Ford Mustang

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Click the links below for the OEM repair information website (note: additional purchase may be required for a subscription to each OEM); How To Use The OEM Partial Part Replacement Search; I-CAR Best Practice: Disassembly of a Steel Service Part at a Factory Seam; and additional RTS portal information such as Collision Repair News articles, OEM position statements, publications, and additional resources.


Front

Front Lower Rail

Sectioning:
Multiple OEM Locations
Partial Part At Factory Seam:
No OEM Procedure

Front Upper Rail

Sectioning:
No OEM Procedure
Partial Part At Factory Seam:
OEM Procedure(s) Available


Side

Outer Uniside

Sectioning:
OEM Procedure(s) Available
Note: Has outer quarter panel
w/rolled hem flange

Uniside Reinforcement

Sectioning:
OEM Warning, Do Not Section

Inner Uniside

Sectioning:
No OEM Procedure

Per the 2015 Ford Mustang Workshop manual:
"NOTE: The rocker panel inner reinforcement is made of martensitic steel and cannot be sectioned. It must be replaced at factory seams."

"NOTICE: B-pillar reinforcement components are constructed of Boron steel and can not be sectioned. Replacement must be done at factory joints."


Rear

Rear Rail

Sectioning:
OEM Warning, Do Not Section
Partial Part At Factory Seam:
No OEM Procedure

Trunk Floor

Sectioning:
Multiple OEM Locations
Partial Part At Factory Seam:
Single OEM Location

Rear Body Panel

Sectioning:
No OEM Procedure

Per the 2015 Ford Mustang Workshop manual:
"NOTICE: The rear side member(s) are constructed of Dual-Phase (DP) 800 steel and cannot be sectioned. Side member assembly must be replaced at factory joints."


Additional Information


*This matrix does not currently contain all production vehicles sold in the United States. Please refer back to this page frequently to ensure the most up-to-date information. The contents are based on the repair information available from the vehicle maker. Updates and additions will be posted as they become available. To ensure that the most recent information is used, always refer to the vehicle maker's technical information.


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