The 1996 Mercury cooling fan relay switch is on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
Yes , the 2.0 liter 4 cylinder in a 1998 Mercury Tracer is an interference engine
on the starter motor.
About 4 quarts.
There is none. It is electronic. Try replacing the idle motor.
No , on a 1992 Mercury Tracer , both the 1.8 liter and the 1.9 liter four cylinder engines are NOT interference engines according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera )
No , according to the gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) it is an interference motor in the Mercury Tracer
In the cylinder head (top part of motor under valve cover).
Passenger side, under the dash/behind the glove compartment.
Yes , it is an interference engine ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etc. )
To the right of the fusebox under dash by your left knee is a 30A circuitbreaker, push the red button in.
it is under the dash board on the passanger side all the way towards the door
will not bolt up nor are the cooling fins large enough to cool the 3.8 ltr gm motor. Oldsmobile delta 88 & 98, cutless and Buick regal all have the same radiator. sincerely prime auto RV
Along both sides of the block below the head. Several in the head and two on the back of the block between the motor and the transmission.
I take leaves and twigs out of the heater blower motor fan by remove four screws from a plastic housing under the glove compartment. The motor falls into your hands. PS the leaves and twigs make a heck of a noise - when you put the fan motor on.
Motor cooling system? The engine cooling system consits of the water pump, radiator, hoses, cooling fans, etc.Motor cooling system? The engine cooling system consits of the water pump, radiator, hoses, cooling fans, etc.
if you try....
Was the blower motor defective, or where you just guessing. Did you apply 12 volts to the old motor to see if it was bad? Did you check the Fuse. It may be a defective blower motor resistor pack which is a common problem on this car.
Check your thermostat switch.
Motor should be fine as long as no water got into the cylinders
Cooling remains same irrespective of the motor rotational direction.
I need to know what motor. YOu really need a manual to do this sort of thing. One tooth out or improper belt tension will destroy the valves, pistons, etc.
THAT SHOULD BE ANSWERED IN THE OWNERS MANUAL, IF YOU DON'T HAVE ONE YOU CAN DOWNLOAD A MANUAL FROM THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY WEB SITE, YOU CAN ALSO FIND ANY RECALLS THERE.
your whole engine probably shook and came loose from the motor mount, you will probably have to jack up you motor and align it
blower relay located on the engine compartment by the firewall