You need to take it to an auto trim shop. It's too hard for the average person to do.
...because its a 95 Escort.
U don't-the squeeking is from a worn out Bushing.
Take a 14 mm wrench and put on the center bold of the tensioner. Then pull back releasing pressure on the belt. Remove and replace. Take a 14 mm wrench and put on the center bold of the tensioner. Then pull back releasing pressure on the belt. Remove and replace.
either the tensioner (spring loaded to keep the belt tight) has a bad spring (and you will see a broken spring) or it's installed incorrectly after replacing it. Compare belts (old/new) which should be a few inches different.
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The firing order for a 95' Escort is 1, 3, 4, 2. The number one cylinder for this car is found on the left side of the engine as you are facing it.
I have a 95 escort , 1.9 liter engine . The car runs fine, goes in reverse fine and into first fine, BUT will not shift into second. I changed the fluid and filter. There were no shavings on the magnets or in the bottom of the pan. The fluid was clean and did not smell burnt.
If this is the European Escort this is an interference engine.
95 on, are all the same.
On vehicles with a single serpentine belt, tension is usually self-adjusted automatically via a spring loaded tensioner. No additional adjustment is necessary. If the belt is slipping or loose, then it needs replacing. Also check the tensioner bearings and replace the tensioner if necessary.
First thing is to make sure you have fire (spark) at the spark plugs. If not change the ignition coil.
You can find a wiring diagram for the rear window defogger in a 1995 Ford Escort LX Haynes repair manual. The book is available at most auto parts stores.
Yes, because they are both generation II Escorts.
With a socket wrench-place it over the nut that holds in the tensioner and slowly pusn to the left to loosen
Should be done automatically by the belt tensioner unless tensioner is weak or bad
Loosen the tensioner pulley. Put the belt around the alternator pulley and the tensioner pulley. Move the tensioner pulley to the right until the belt is tight. Tighten the tensioner pulley.
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gasket is gone
if you try....
Note:The drivebelt routing decal on the radiator shroud to help during drivebelt install * To replace the belt rotate the tensioner pulley clockwise to release belt tension * Remove the belt from the auxiliary components and slowly release the tensioner * Route the new belt over the various pulleys again rotating the tensioner to allow the belt to be installed then release the belt tensioner
You don't "tighten" the belt, it's self adjusting. If the belt is slipping you probably have a problem with the tensioner spring. Occasionally the spring weakens over time. Pull the tensioner and replace it if you think it's loose.
The Escort has two belts to replace and also pullies and tensioners. These may be purchased together in a kit. 'Gates' belts are of very high quality. Depending on the mileage of the vehicle, it may also be advisable to replace the water pump. No job for the timid. If you have no experience in changing belts, this is not a good vehicle to start with. Hope this helps.