Yes all Escorts have a lifetime warranty on the seat belts. Federal law mandates. Not in UK
the information i have shows all 1999 models having a 2.0L I4
All 4 cylinders are 1342
Escorts are made all over the world, but those sold here in the US are made in USA!
well, that all depends on the size motor between the two escorts, and tranny types. the ford escorts between 1991 and 1996 were all the same by way of body styling. throughout this period, they came in two different engine types: the 1.9 SEFI motor (made by ford) and the 1.8 DOHC (made by mazda). unfortunetely, the transmissions between the two aren't interchangeable. so, if the '92 and '93 escorts you're referring to have the same engine type, then the answer is yes.
The 1994 Ford Escort LX uses R-134a Freon. This type of refrigerant was used in all Ford Escorts from 1994 through 2002.
No. Only pre-1991 Escorts (generation 1) were interference engines. All escorts from 91 up are all non-interference engines. Gates says the the 2.0 SOHC engine is an interference engine. This is not right. Gates is wrong.
Check engine light on?? Not running on all cylinders?
Not running on all cylinders? Engine light on? Bring to shop to have scanned
The voltage regulator on all Escorts is inside the alternator. It is an integral part of the alternator and the alternator has to be replaced to fix it.
If you have no compression in all 4 cylinders your timing belt is broke.
http://www.rebuiltautoengines.com/ford-ranger-articles.html You can get it all here with detailed pictures of cylinders and coils