To properly recharge it you have to have a refrigerant recovery system and gauges.
what size socket for front axle nut 1991 ford tempo
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.
The Mercury Tracer is same model. The Ford Escort and the Ford Tempo are 2 completely different cars. The Ford Tempo's windshield is going to be too big for the Escort, if I'm not mistaken.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructionsAnswerBuy a recharge/conversion kit at any auto parts store, the refrigerant needs to be put in the low side a/c line (fitting near the firewall).
in the gas tank
On my 88 Tempo, it's in the rear passenger side corner on the return line of the accumulator. (next to the low pressure switch)
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.
Junk the car
fuel pump is in the gas tank.!!
If the system is low or empty of refrigerant, you probably have a leak. Take the vehicle to the professionals for diagnoses and repair.
The stock system will be R12. It is very costly to recharge. If it is stock get a recharge kit. Kits usually contain everything needed to change to R134A refrigerent. If it is already changed then all you need is a recharge hose for R134A and of course some cans of r143a. You will be able to tell the difference in the two systems by looking at the A/C lines where the coolent is added. If they are R12 systems they will have threads if they are R134A systems they will have what are known as quick connects or simply there will not be any threds.
In the rear mounted under the vehicle.
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 )
Yeah my 1991 Ford Tempo does the same thing it starts and idles no problem but if i stop at a gas station and leave it running and come back out to the car i put it in reverse or drive it dies every once in a while
More or less, YES
replace the heater core
Have the alternator checked out.
1991 Ford Ranger uses R-12 refrigerant which is no longer available to the do-it-yourselfer. You will have to take your pickup to an a/c service place to charge your a/c.
Hazerds lights and blinkers done work
Yes the design drawings for the car would show this.