• My 89 mercury tracer wont start but there is juice to the battery whats wrong the starter?

    Best answer: first you got to find out if the starter is cranking. (turning) if it is, you need to check the timing belt. it's a rubber belt, and they tend to lose the rubber teeth on the bottom end (by or on the crankshaft). on the timing belt cover in front of the engine, you can pry it apart to see the top end (camshaft pulley) to see... show more
    Best answer: first you got to find out if the starter is cranking. (turning) if it is, you need to check the timing belt. it's a rubber belt, and they tend to lose the rubber teeth on the bottom end (by or on the crankshaft). on the timing belt cover in front of the engine, you can pry it apart to see the top end (camshaft pulley) to see if it's spinning. if it's not spinning, then it's you timing belt.
    2 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 9 years ago
  • What is the name of this part from my 2000 Ford Focus ZTS?

    Best answer: The Fuel Rail Pressure (FRP) sensor is a diaphragm strain gauge device in which resistance changes with pressure. The electrical resistance of a strain gauge increases as pressure increases, and decreases as pressure decreases. The varying resistance affects the voltage drop across the sensor terminals and provides electrical signals to... show more
    Best answer: The Fuel Rail Pressure (FRP) sensor is a diaphragm strain gauge device in which resistance changes with pressure. The electrical resistance of a strain gauge increases as pressure increases, and decreases as pressure decreases. The varying resistance affects the voltage drop across the sensor terminals and provides electrical signals to the PCM corresponding to pressure. Strain gauge type sensors are considered passive sensors. A passive sensor is connected to a voltage divider network so that varying the resistance of the passive sensor causes a variation in total current flow. Voltage that is dropped across a fixed resistor in series with the sensor resistor determines the voltage signal at the PCM. This voltage signal is equal to the reference voltage minus the voltage drop across the fixed resistor. The FRP sensor measures the pressure of the fuel near the fuel injectors. This signal is used by the PCM to adjust the fuel injector pulse width and meter fuel to each engine combustion cylinder. The Fuel Rail Pressure (FRP) sensor senses the pressure difference between the fuel rail and the intake manifold. The return fuel line to the fuel tank has been deleted in this type of fuel system. The differential fuel/intake manifold pressure together with measured fuel temperature provides an indication of the fuel vapors in the fuel rail. Both differential pressure and temperature feedback signals are used to control the speed of the fuel pump. The speed of the fuel pump sustains fuel rail pressure which preserve fuel in its liquid state. The dynamic range of the fuel injectors increase because of the higher rail pressure, which allows the injector pulse width to decrease. torqued at 6 nm
    1 answer · Ford · 6 years ago
  • 1991 ford explorerauto transmissions?

    Best answer: you need a rebuilt tranny. it sounds like the tranny locked up. maybe from lack of service, never changing the filter and/or fluid
    Best answer: you need a rebuilt tranny. it sounds like the tranny locked up. maybe from lack of service, never changing the filter and/or fluid
    1 answer · Ford · 8 years ago
  • 96 ford bronco bearings!!!!!?

    Best answer: not enough information to determine the cause of the noise. does the sound come when the bronco is in motion or standing still? does the sound come from the wheels or the engine compartment? does the sound happen when turning the steering wheel? does the sound happen when applying the brakes? i need more information to help... show more
    Best answer: not enough information to determine the cause of the noise. does the sound come when the bronco is in motion or standing still? does the sound come from the wheels or the engine compartment? does the sound happen when turning the steering wheel? does the sound happen when applying the brakes? i need more information to help diagnosis the problem.
    1 answer · Ford · 7 years ago
  • How to fix heat in 1998 sable or taurus?

    Best answer: ok......first thing I would check is the heater lines to see if they are not blocked, then I would check the thermostat to see if it was installed the right way, then I would check the radiator, after that I would check the flow of the coolant and the operation of the cooling system. If everything checks out i would check the operation... show more
    Best answer: ok......first thing I would check is the heater lines to see if they are not blocked, then I would check the thermostat to see if it was installed the right way, then I would check the radiator, after that I would check the flow of the coolant and the operation of the cooling system. If everything checks out i would check the operation of the blower motor to see if it in good operating condition to make sure it's blowing through the vents.
    3 answers · Ford · 7 years ago
  • HELP!! Was this a good choice? 2005 Mazda3 power steering oil change...Help Please!!?

    Best answer: mazda is a ford by product. you should stick with Mercon III if i was you, i would stop going to the quick lube places, and go to the dealership quick lube. if the place doesn't have your fluids for the car, go to the dearlership.
    Best answer: mazda is a ford by product. you should stick with Mercon III if i was you, i would stop going to the quick lube places, and go to the dealership quick lube. if the place doesn't have your fluids for the car, go to the dearlership.
    3 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • Setting the time in a 2008 ford fusion?

    Best answer: The stand-alone analog clock is mounted in the center of the instrument panel finish panel and is set using the 2 buttons located to either side of the clock face or the single knob located to the side of the face. Unless you are talking about the digital clock in the radio. then you would have to go thru the menu of the radio. show more
    Best answer: The stand-alone analog clock is mounted in the center of the instrument panel finish panel and is set using the 2 buttons located to either side of the clock face or the single knob located to the side of the face. Unless you are talking about the digital clock in the radio. then you would have to go thru the menu of the radio.
    1 answer · Ford · 8 years ago
  • Best way to replace vss sensor on 97 windstar 3.8?

    Best answer: The best way is to go thru the bottom. 1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Separate upper and lower speedometer cable (if equipped) on left side of engine compartment below brake master cylinder and unclip speedometer cable from shift cable bracket. 3. Raise and suitably support vehicle on hoist. 4. Disconnect two heated... show more
    Best answer: The best way is to go thru the bottom. 1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Separate upper and lower speedometer cable (if equipped) on left side of engine compartment below brake master cylinder and unclip speedometer cable from shift cable bracket. 3. Raise and suitably support vehicle on hoist. 4. Disconnect two heated oxygen sensor and two catalyst monitor sensor electrical connectors. CAUTION: Failure to use the Exhaust Connector Holder may result in leakage and reduced life of flex pipe. 5. Install Exhaust Connector Holder to prevent undue stress on flexible portion of flex pipe. Offset the tool strap bolts so that the two flex pipe-to-Y pipe bolts are accessible and tighten tool bolts to 10 Nm (89 lb-in). 6. Remove two flex pipe-to-Y pipe bolts. 7. Remove Y pipe-to-transaxle case bracket bolt and nut. 8. Remove four Y pipe-to-exhaust manifold nuts and remove Y pipe assembly from vehicle. WARNING: HEAT SHIELD HAS SHARP EDGES. THE USE OF GLOVES IS RECOMMENDED DURING HEAT SHIELD REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY. 9. Carefully remove three push nuts and transaxle heat shield from transaxle. 10. Disconnect vehicle speed sensor (VSS) electrical connector. 11. Remove VSS retaining bolt. 12. Remove VSS from speedometer cover. 13. Disconnect speedometer cable (if equipped) and remove VSS from transaxle.
    1 answer · Ford · 8 years ago
  • I have a friend that has a 1997 Ford Taurus. The steering fluid pump is going out on it.?

    Best answer: if it's going out, then your best bet is to change the pump itself. if that's what you are planning to do: ratchet, sockets, flare wrenches, stubby wrenches (yes, you will need them) and a power steering pulley puller. the puller can be rented at your automotive parts store, Autozone, O' Reilly's and so on. show more
    Best answer: if it's going out, then your best bet is to change the pump itself. if that's what you are planning to do: ratchet, sockets, flare wrenches, stubby wrenches (yes, you will need them) and a power steering pulley puller. the puller can be rented at your automotive parts store, Autozone, O' Reilly's and so on.
    2 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • Mustang power stearing?

    Best answer: i don't know about the stearing, maybe an aftermarket item. and you said 2011, do you have one or are you wondering if the mustangs are equipped with power steering.
    Best answer: i don't know about the stearing, maybe an aftermarket item. and you said 2011, do you have one or are you wondering if the mustangs are equipped with power steering.
    2 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • I have a 96 ford mustang and when ever....?

    Best answer: hmmmm.....thats sounds weird. maybe a short, grounding out the radio and lights. you should take it to a qualified mechanic.
    Best answer: hmmmm.....thats sounds weird. maybe a short, grounding out the radio and lights. you should take it to a qualified mechanic.
    1 answer · Ford · 7 years ago
  • Coolant temp switch 1998 crown vic 4.6?

    Best answer: are you asking 'coolant temperature sensor'. the sensor is located on the manifold of the engine. remove the engine shroud, disconnect the wiring harness and remove the sensor. install in reverse. the gauge is located in the dash cluster.
    Best answer: are you asking 'coolant temperature sensor'. the sensor is located on the manifold of the engine. remove the engine shroud, disconnect the wiring harness and remove the sensor. install in reverse. the gauge is located in the dash cluster.
    1 answer · Ford · 7 years ago
  • 2005 Ford Escape Batt Light?

    Best answer: There is a series of test that a certified technician will have to do to eliminate the problem. they will check the circuitry, the generator and the PCM (power control module). it is a 6 step process that they would have to eliminate the problem.
    Best answer: There is a series of test that a certified technician will have to do to eliminate the problem. they will check the circuitry, the generator and the PCM (power control module). it is a 6 step process that they would have to eliminate the problem.
    3 answers · Ford · 7 years ago
  • Anyone know where I can find like art work, jewelry, etc made from 1965 mustang parts?

    Best answer: I would look on ebay
    Best answer: I would look on ebay
    1 answer · Ford · 7 years ago
  • Why my speedometer not working in my mustang gt 4.6?

    Best answer: it really depends on the year of the vehicle, which you didn't provide. older cars ( 60 to 70's) uses cable and gear driven to calibrate the speed. newer models use the pcm (power control module) to help with that.
    Best answer: it really depends on the year of the vehicle, which you didn't provide. older cars ( 60 to 70's) uses cable and gear driven to calibrate the speed. newer models use the pcm (power control module) to help with that.
    4 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • How is a motor work 351?

    Best answer: intake, compression, power, and exhaust. if you don't know this, you need to go to school. and it's not just your motor. it's almost all motors. 4 cycle motors anyhow.
    Best answer: intake, compression, power, and exhaust. if you don't know this, you need to go to school. and it's not just your motor. it's almost all motors. 4 cycle motors anyhow.
    2 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • Possible Starter problem 1990 Ford Bronco?? Please help!?

    Best answer: it depends. is it like a clunk? or it turns over? you would check the starter, then the flywheel, the the power to the starter. if all checks out, the you would check the motor. the compression, the intergrity of the block, and components. if it's hydro-lock? if the crank's bent or seized? it's going to take alot of work and... show more
    Best answer: it depends. is it like a clunk? or it turns over? you would check the starter, then the flywheel, the the power to the starter. if all checks out, the you would check the motor. the compression, the intergrity of the block, and components. if it's hydro-lock? if the crank's bent or seized? it's going to take alot of work and diagnosis.
    2 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • On a 2000 Ford Taurus, why would changing the plugs, cause power loss, pinging?

    Best answer: always check the gaps before installing the plugs. never trust anyone that says that the plugs are always gap. if correct, check the firing order of the wires. always use the lowest spec recommend. the firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6 there's 2 kinds of plugs: gasoline and flex fuel. you need the right one, and no, they are not... show more
    Best answer: always check the gaps before installing the plugs. never trust anyone that says that the plugs are always gap. if correct, check the firing order of the wires. always use the lowest spec recommend. the firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6 there's 2 kinds of plugs: gasoline and flex fuel. you need the right one, and no, they are not compatible. the recommend gap: .042-.046. start with the .042
    2 answers · Ford · 8 years ago
  • Ford focus 2001 Zetec engine Millage help?

    Best answer: 2001 focus should have a 22 m.p.g.on the city and 30 m.p.g. on the highway. That gives you an average gas mileage of 25 m.p.g. overall. the car has a 13.2 gallon gas tank. so you should get about 330 miles on a full tank of gas. so if you get 155, the car needs some serious attention. maybe a tuneup, fuel induction... show more
    Best answer: 2001 focus should have a 22 m.p.g.on the city and 30 m.p.g. on the highway. That gives you an average gas mileage of 25 m.p.g. overall. the car has a 13.2 gallon gas tank. so you should get about 330 miles on a full tank of gas. so if you get 155, the car needs some serious attention. maybe a tuneup, fuel induction service....just some preventive maintenance needs to be done to the car.
    2 answers · Ford · 7 years ago
  • What power steering fluid is used in a ford 2010?

    Best answer: as far as i know it, it's mercon V. that's the recommend p/s fluid. plus, you are not specific on make and what's with the 6 fluids?
    Best answer: as far as i know it, it's mercon V. that's the recommend p/s fluid. plus, you are not specific on make and what's with the 6 fluids?
    1 answer · Ford · 8 years ago