Controlled by on board computer, not adjustable. But look for vacuum lines that may be damaged, cracked, or unhooked- that will greatly affect idle.
The "firewall" on any vehicle is the barrier / wall between the engine compartment and the passenger / interior space.
Computer controlled If you have a 3.0 you can turn the distributor to adjust, after you pull out the adjustment chip.
YOU DONT: YOU PROB NEED A NEW TENSIONER
7.2 seconds no, I own a 1994 Taurus gl with the 3.0 Vulcan and it is 10 to 60 and 16.90 at 77 in the 1/4 i don't think a Taurus could get quite that good of time without mods no were near 7.2 say about 17.6secs Near 13 sec. In Taurus 95 10k miles Vulcan 3.0 Axod-E station wagon Syrian gasoline 98 octan
The 1994 Chevrolet Caprice sedan had an overall length of 214.1 inches. The 1994 Chevrolet Caprice station wagon had an overall length of 217.3 inches.
1st check for a diagram on the radiator shroud. 2nd check autozone.com they have some repair manuals on line. 3rd go to you local library and find the repair manual.
Refills can be found, but its very difficult now-a-days. See sources and related links below for full wiper blades sizes (which should indicate what size refills you'll need too).
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
That all depends on what is wrong with it. Several components can fail. A little more detail is needed
On my 1994 Volvo 940 Station wagon there are two. My 2.3 is a turbo model, and was told they installed two, one in the tank, accessible behind and under the rear bench seat, and the other mid body next to the fuel filter.
You are supposed to strip the wire.
On a 1994 Ford Taurus : The 3.0 and 3.8 liter V6 engines use a timing CHAIN