Scan for codes, some parts store do it free.
I have a 99 Ford Contour that doesn't have a tach. (even though its a stick) I think most of the contours don't. Some of the Mercury Mystique's do though. I don't know if it still has a wire, if it doesn't actually have a tach.
I am trying to save myself some money and I want to change the serpentine belt on my 1998 ford contour 2 L manual transmission....any ideas out there I would really appreciate any advice.
Some will, many won't.
One can purchase parts for a 1998 Ford Explorer from several different online retailers. Some of these include: Auto Parts Way, Ford, Auto Anything, and Parts Train.
Yes some vehicle parts are made in Japan.
Not as brand-name parts. However, some of the same independent parts suppliers that make Ford parts also make Dodge parts, to the extent that a few parts are nearly interchangeable between brands.
Some parts in GM & Ford vehicles are made by the same manufacture to GM or Ford Specifications. Things like trim pieces, steering wheel, tires, wheels, seats, some emissions parts, etc. But by and large parts are not interchangeable although the same company may make parts for both auto manufactures.
One could find Ford Focus parts online directly from Ford. Some other places to look are eBay Motors, 247spares, Auto Parts Warehouse, Car Parts Wholesale, and Car Parts Network.
Some sources for classic Ford truck parts include Hemming's and Melvin's Classic Ford Parts. Both have been in business for a long time and are well known in the part industry for supplying quality parts with competitive prices.
Not that I am aware of. Some parts for Ford vehciles are made in Japan, but no Ford is Made In Japan unless you are referring to some Mazda's which Ford owns part interest in.
Many Canadian car dealers sell Ford car parts. Some examples of these car dealers in Canada include Advantage Ford, Moose Jaw Ford Sales, and Wilf's Elie Ford.
Mostly. 7610 has turbocharger and some differences in some parts. In pistons for example.
Any of the 4 cyls based on same or "lima" block should go but unless you use exactly the same from a similar year you will have to change the computer, possibly some sensors and some parts of harness etc may differ.
Some of the same parts. You would have to check with your local Ford dealer for part numbers.
Depends on what you are trying to swap. Most parts are some are not.
Mustangs of different years has different kinds of parts. Some are interchangeable, some are not.
Make sure that the the two top bolts from the transmission match your engine block before attempting to install. Some are spread out and won;t match.
Replacement parts for Ford Falcon cars can be found in several places. Some of these places include Dearborn Classics, Falcon Parts, JC Whitney, and Mac's Auto Parts.
It depends on which parts you are trying to interchange. Some are and some aren't - you can cross-reference the part numbers with Ford to be sure.
One can purchase Ford F150 parts from any Ford dealership. If one is looking to purchase them online, Fordparts or eBay would carry some parts. Also some local places like Pull A Part might carry what one needs.
There are a few in the fuse box in the passenger compartment and then some more the Auxiliary fuse box in the engine comprtment area.
i thinks its about 50 L because when i fill my cars tank it took 42L and there was already some in there.
I believe some wires are crossed or are connected to the wrong spot.
Ford Motor Company owns a percentage of Mazda, and some plants produce both Fords & Mazdas. Some parts are interchangeable.