I don't know how long ago you asked this question, but the answer should be yes, you can use the '92 head for your '89 engine, but you need to check a few things first. First, visit your favorite auto parts store and see if the gaskets are the same. Keep in mind that a '92 head gasket kit may be different from an '89 kit, due to fuel injection vs. carburated engines, so check individual gaskets instead. While you're there, see if the camshafts are the same part number. Make sure the '92 head was made for a fuel pump. There should be a cover plate with two bolts that you'll need to remove to install your original fuel pump. If you are going to use the '92 camshaft, check that the cam has the extra lobe to operate the mechanical fuel pump. You'll need to use your original distributor, and also check the camshaft timing pulleys for similarities. That should be all you need to do.
Yes, it is.
Whether it be a Wheel Cylinder or a Master Cylinder, if it leaks, it should be replaced.......back in the old days we used to rebuild them, but the parts are cheap enough today to just replace them. Vaya con Dios, Chuck, CABGx3
Number one cylinder is the cylinder on the far right (passenger side in US).
1990 -1993 injected Festivas do not have a EGR valve
The 1990 Ford Festiva 1.3 liter engine cylinder head bolt torque specification is 125 pounds. The cylinder head bolts should be torqued in 25 pound intervals.
May be controlled by computer and non-adjustable
Cylinder Head Bolts for 1988-1997 Festiva and Aspire 1.3L I4 Engine Step one: 35-40 foot pounds Step two: 56-60 foot pounds
According to fordparts.com the 1992 Ford Festiva with the 1.3 liter four cylinder engine has spark plugs gapped at ( .044 inch )
Yes. As I recall, the 88 is carb, the 89 is either carb or F.I., and 90+ are all F.I.
Engine, not motor... there is a difference. The engine in the 1993 Ford Festiva/Kia Pride/Mazda 121 was the fuel injected 1.3 liter Mazda B3 engine.
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) Yes , the 1.3 liter four cylinder engine in a 1990 Ford Festiva has a timing BELT
My Chilton book shows ( .040 inch ) spark plug gap for a 1990 Ford Festiva 1.3 liter / 81 cubic inch 4 cylinder engine
Drivers side. Near firewall, on top. Cylinder with a black lid.
According to one of the Ford websites , for a 1989 Ford Festiva , 1.3 liter / 81 cubic inch four cylinder engine : ( the spark plug gap is .044 inch )
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For a 1988 Ford Festiva that has the 1.3 liter / 81 cubic inch four cylinder : With engine oil filter change : ( 3.9 U.S. quarts )
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For a 1988 Ford Festiva ( 1.3 liter / 81 cubic inch four cylinder engine ) The firing order is ( 1 - 3 - 4 - 2 )
You might be able to buy or borrow a shop book with all the details and pictures.
I own a 1997 Ford Festiva Trio S 3-door wether it is a belt or chain is dependant upon the model but mine is a belt, and this is usually changed every 100,000 to 150,000 kilometers.
Ford Festiva was created in 1986.
I bought an '89 Festiva with 1.3L Automatic Fuel Injected and used nothing but 10W30 Penzoil for 21 years........engine had 269,000 miles on it when it finally wore out the compression rings and started blowing oil. Vaya con Dios, Chuck, CABGx3
According to my Chilton's book : The spark plug firing order for the 1.3 liter / 81 cubic inch four cylinder engine in a 1990 Ford Festiva is : ( 1 - 3 - 4 - 2 ) The distributor rotor turns COUNTERCLOCKWISE
For a 1988 Ford Festiva , 1.3 liter / 81 cubic inch four cylinder engine : ( 1 - 3 - 4 - 2 ) The distributor rotor turns COUNTERCLOCKWISE ( according to my Chilton's book , about.com , autozone.com , and ford forums )
88 carb model , the filter should be back by the fire wall , a small canister , behind the engine or down below the master cylinder . some 89's and newer that are injected , the filter is straight below the master cyl. close to the firewall , it is a fairly big black looking assy. for a filter , and those are not real cheap.
www . motorcraft . com ( no spaces - one of Ford's websites ) shows the firing order for the 1988 ( and each year ) Ford Festiva - 1.3 L - 4 cylinder as ( 1 - 4 - 3 - 2 ) but , My large Chilton repair manual for a variety of vehicles , about . com , autozone . com , and another website each has ( 1 - 3 - 4 - 2 ) as the firing order They are in agreement that the distributor rotor turns counterclockwise and that the # 1 cylinder faces the right side of the Festiva .
How do you get the door trim off a 1997 Ford Festiva?"