How do you remove the radio from a 1992 Mercury Topaz?
First you will need a Radio Removel Tool that you can pick up at the parts store. It's a U shaped tool with points on each end. If you look at your radio you will see 2 holes on each side of the radio. Push both tools in about 1/2 inch, at the same time and pull it back toward you and your radio will follow.
you have to purchase ford removal keys, They should sell em at walmart. Or if you don't want to mess with it you might see if they could remove it at an install place. You just push the keys in the 2 small holes on the left and right side until they "click" then just start pulling, just don't yank on it right away. Hope this helps.
Only the 2.3L HSC Inline 4 will fit in the 1986 Mercury Topaz. If everything in the engine bay were gutted, perhaps something larger such as a 3.0L V6 from a 1992-1994 model MIGHT fit but it would require a complete running 92-94 Ford Tempo or Mercury Topaz with the V6 engine as a donor car (and, if you could find such a car, it would be more worth your time/money to invest in it…
On my 1993 Topaz, the transmission fluid dipstick is on the right side of the engine, near the front, just to the left of the battery. It looks a lot like the oil dipstick, but, when you pull it out, the writing on the dipstick clearly mentions that the fluid level should be checked when the engine is hot and idling, and that a certain type of Mercury automatic transmission fluid should be used to…
# Locate the EGR valve at the rear of the engine compartment by the firewall bolted to the engine next to the brake booster # Using a adjustable wrench loosen the connection at the base of the valve loosen the collar and push the fitting down do not move the tube # Remove the nuts/studs securing the valve to the engine # Remove the EGR valve and gasket discard the gasket
The harmonic balancers function is to reduce vibration between the engine and the crankshaft. To replace the harmonic balancer requires a specific tool available at an auto parts store. Loosen the crank pulley via 4 bolts to access the balancer. Using the tool remove the harmonic balancer from the crankshaft.