I did this not too long ago on my '92 Tempo GL.
The steps should be the same: 1) jack up the car under the frame..not the suspension
2) remove the wheel
3) remove the (2 or 3) bolts that connect the strut to the suspension
4) get inside the trunk and remove the carpetting. it's a bit of a challenge and wears ya out quick! remove the OUTER 2 BOLTS ONLY. don't even touch the inner cause that holds the spring in place which is under a heck of a lotta pressure.
5) take out the strut assembly
6) if you plan to keep the old spring with the new strut, then use a spring compression tool and remove it from the strut
7) line up the spring in the new strut and put it together
8) release compression tool when strut is secured safely and correctly
9) line in up back into the rear well and only start the top 2 bolts (this way you have some play in the strut to get it back together.
10) then line up and bolt in the suspension or whatever
11) then tighten those 2 bolts at the top from inside the trunk
12) try to get the brake drum as vertical and as close to "normal" as possible
13) put the wheel back on
14) let the jack down. Congrats..you're half way done. Just so ya know it would about make a preacher cuss if you don't have the right tools. IMPORTANT!!! -->make sure you have an alignment done or it will eat up your tires. most people think that just cause they are the rear wheels they dont need it, WRONG! they need it just as much as the front wheels. If you're interested, visit either www.tempotopaz.com or ttowners.com
I'm a part of both car sites, there is A LOT of info on these 2 sites!! HOPE I HELPED..
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For the 1991 Ford Tempo , 2.3 litre four cylinder engine : ( 5.0 US. quarts with engine oil filter change )
Hazerds lights and blinkers done work
what size socket for front axle nut 1991 ford tempo
Yes they do have struts and they aren't hard to change
in the gas tank
Please ask this question again in spanish.
I want to say no, because the tempo has a bigger transaxle than the escort.
Yes, there is a brake line diagram for the 1991 Ford Tempo. It is found in the cars repair or maintenance manual.
The 1991 Ford Tempo radiator plug is on the bottom of the radiator. The plug can be removed with a half inch ratchet.
Junk the car
fuel pump is in the gas tank.!!
call the Ford dealer or a salvage yard near you. Looks good but might be a model year change there.
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!!
The factory spec for tires for a '93 Ford Tempo is P185/70R14. As far as I know it would be the same for all years.
In the rear mounted under the vehicle.
To change the clutch of a 94 Tempo, one needs to make use of Ford Tempo clutch kit. This kits is available at Auto Parts Warehouse.
I would like to change the blower motor in my 1994 Ford Tempo by myself. Do you have any instructions for me to follow?
More or less, YES
replace the heater core
Have the alternator checked out.
Ford Tempo was created in 1984.