it has to do with secondary air injection
It has a transmission, so yes.
Ford Taurus parts of the same era.
The 1993 Mercury Sable backup light relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The backup light relay switch will be above the accelerator pedal.
The 1993 Mercury manual transmission linkage will have adjustment nuts on each end of the linkage. Turning the adjustment nuts will move the linkage back in forth.
On the 93 escort, brother to Tracer, there was only a breather valve at the top of the transmission and fluid needed to be added by removing an access bolt OR it had a small yellow dipstick at the top of the transmission.
I don't have an answere, but a picture diagram would help alot try going to "How stuff works"!
yes it will, just put a 91 in my 93......email me if you want....firstname.lastname@example.org
Your transmission may need transmission fluid, or you may have a blown transmission.
Unless it has been converted over to R134 it came with R12. I suggest you convert it to R134a. R12 is very expensive.
3.5 quarts that's what they say at advance auto anyway.
I have a '93 ford escort 1.9, I always use mercron automatic transmission fluid. Use Mercon but do not use Mercon V.
I get about 21 mpg to my 93 mercury tracer it has 83,000 miles.
They were not used on that year model. The 93 transmission is computer controlled. Time to take it to a transmission shop.
fuel pump is in the fuel tank
Chck behind the glove box area
Their is no transmission dip stick for 93 honda civic hatchback
They have the 4R70W transmission.
Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal , located in the front of your engine compartment ( it will show the type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap )
how many quarts of transmission fluid goes into an 93 infiniti j30
You can find the 93 Capri Service Manual at http://www.techcapri.com/. Take pictures, mark what bolts go where. Good luck.
If your 93 Nissan Pathfinder transmission won't shift into overdrive, check the transmission fluid levels. Ensure the fluid is at the proper level.