you unscrew the tire and take it off then there is a center nut unscrew that and the roder sould slide right off I hope that you do not follow those directions. I would hate to see you go thru a red light because of no brakes, and hit someone. A brake job should only be done by someone who knows what they are doing. If you have to ask how to do it, then I do suggest that you have someone else who knows how to do the job, and watch, and learn. Or if not, then a garage, and then watch. You will need certain tools to do this job. You do not unscrew the tire, you take off the lug nuts, and the center nut, does not just unscrew, you need an impact for that, and besides you do not have to touch that nut. The rotor comes off when you remove the tire and the caliper.
you will have to disassemble the rear lens by entering the trunk. If the question really is for a 1998 Ford Tempo, then the answer is - you can't because the last Ford Tempo model year is 1994!!
Yes, there is a brake line diagram for the 1991 Ford Tempo. It is found in the cars repair or maintenance manual.
A Ford Tempo will have no brake lights if the bulb has blown or the wires have come loose. Alternatively, the brake sensor in the dash can fail and stop sending power to the lights.
In the gas tank.
An excellent manuael for installing the brake shoes is the Haynes repair manuel for the 1984-1993 Ford Tempo/Topaz. They show a step by step procedure with lots of photographs
Take you car in to a mechanic and have the brakes checked.
defective fuel pump
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Just above the brake pedal on the pedal shaft.
The 1988 Ford brake light switch does not adjust, replace it with a new one.