You need a new or reman. axle, a new axle nut, the transmission fluid specified for your car, anti-seize compound, and a new boot and cotter pin for the tie rod end. The hard part is getting the axle nut loose. I can't remmeber what size it is, but you'll need a long cheater bar on a breaker bar to get it loose. Or an impact wrench, if you've got one. Once the axle nut is loose, raise the car and remove the tire. You have to unbolt the MacPherson strut where it attaches to the knuckle. You may also have to unbolt the tie rod end. Remove the tie rod end with a "pickle fork". You should be able to push the end of the axle out of the hub bearing. If you can't, apply some penetrating oil, put the OLD axle nut on the end (to protect the threads) and beat the tar out of it with a hammer until it pops loose. Make sure the knuckle is supported so that you're not just ramming the axle into the transmission when you hit it. The idea is to persuade the axle out of the bearing. Once the axle is free of the steering knuckle, you will have to pull the other end out of the differential. There is a circlip holding it in the side gear of the diff, so you may need to lever it out with a crowbar or prybar. Be careful of what you use as a fulcrum. It will come out with a slight "POP". WARNING: If you are removing BOTH axles, place a length of broomstick through each axle hole as you remove the axles. Otherwise the side gears will fall out of the differential and you'll have to tow the car to a transmission shop to get them put back in!!! Ensure that the new axle has a circlip on the end. Lubricate the splines with Transmission Fluid and push it into the hole, making sure that the splines line up before pushing it all the way in. When it goes in, you should hear and/or feel the circlip POP into the side gear in the differential. Coat the outside shaft spines with anti-seize compound and slide into the hub bearing. Fit the knuckle back to the MacPherson strut and tighten the bolts to spec. (Not sure what that is offhand.) Install the tie rod end with new boot, tighten to spec, and use a new cotter pin to secure the castle nut. Put on the new axle nut but do not tighten it yet. Reinstall the tire, lower to the ground, and tigthen wheel lug nuts to spec. Using a torque wrench, tighten the axle nut to spec. ...sorry I don't have the torque specs handy. But you should be able to Google those. :) Check your transmission fluid level as some will probably have spilled out the axle hole. This procedure should not require an alignment unless you remove the ball joint, lower control arm, or the entire MacPherson strut assembly.
NO! The 1999 Ford Escort 2.0 liter is not an Interferance engine. Replace the belt at 120,000 miles.NO! The 1999 Ford Escort 2.0 liter is not an Interferance engine. Replace the belt at 120,000 miles.
On a 1993 Ford Escort , 1.9 litre four cylinder engine : 1------2------3-----4 , transaxle ( transmission )
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 1.9 liter four cylinder engine in a 1993 Ford Escort ( IS NOT AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE )
Your 1993 Ford Escort has many vacuum hoses. They all originate at the intake manifold. Trace all of them back to the intake manifold.
The automatic transmission for a 1993 Ford Escort is a 4-speed automatic with overdrive. It also has a 1.9 liter engine and an 88 horsepower.
According to the AutoZone website : For a 1993 Ford Escort , 1.9 liter four cylinder engine : With engine oil filter change : ( 4.0 U.S. quarts )
show 1993 ford escort ac diagram
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) The 1.8 liter Dual Over Head Cam and the 1.9 liter Single Over Head Cam four cylinder engines used in a 1993 Ford Escort ( are NOT interference engines )
If you have an Escort that is not a GT you have a 1.9 liter single overhead camshaft with 2 valves per cylinder which is fuel injected.
How do you replace a 1999 Ford Escort headlight bulb?"
Shared with the brake fluid.
It'll cost around $1000
Escort Hatchback 2D - 1.9 Liter 4 CylinderEscort LX Sedan 4D - 1.9 Liter 4 CylinderEscort LX Hatchback 2D - 1.9 Liter 4 CylinderEscort LX Hatchback 4D - 1.9 Liter 4 CylinderEscort LX Wagon 4D - 1.9 Liter 4 CylinderEscort GT Hatchback 2D - 1.8 Liter 4 CylinderEscort LX-E Sedan 4D - 1.8 Liter 4 CylinderInformation gathered from http://www.kbb.com
Depending on which model of Ford Escort , either the 2.0 liter SOHC or the 2.0 liter DOHC Zetec engine
Both the 2.0 liter SOHC and 2.0 liter DOHC engines in a 2001 Ford Escort have ( 4 cylinder engines )
i have a 1992 ford escort lx 1.9l. will a 1995 ford escort engine fit. and what would have to replace.
How do you replace a 1999 Ford Escort headlight - could use a picture.
The 1993 Ford escort did not come with an EGR valve. It is one of a few year models that do not have one.
The timing chain for a 1993 Ford escort is located on the front of the engine. It is under the timing chain cover.
Replace thermostat on 91 ford eacort
how do you remove the water pump in a 2002 ford escort
It is 4 quarts of oil. As well as a 1997 2.0 liter ford escort. Someone said it was 4.5 quarts that is wrong.
The firing order for a 1993 Ford Escort LX with a 1.9 engine is 1-3-4-2
8 hours labor plus $67 for the part.
How do you change out the clutch on 1987 Ford Escort Gl