Begin by removing any parts that may restrict your movement such as your airfilter housing and hoses. Once you have a good clear veiw of the valve cover remove it, then you must remove both your exhaustand and intake manifolds, as well as your thermostat and hose port. Now you'll have to remove both cams, be sure that you mark you timing belt before removal (in replacing the bolts on your cams the bolts should be tightened to 14ft/lbs of torque). Finally you remove the bolts from the head (more than likely hex key bolts, which means you'll need those tools you may not on hand). Clean the surface of your block where the head goes and get the tighting sequince and the amount of torque. To finish redo everything you undid and drive.
Here is the best info I can give you or anyone attempting to check your cylinder head. When taking off everything just unbolt your exhaust from your manifold and your intake manifold from the engine block and remove your head bolts from the cylinder head. This way you can take off all three pieces as one unit.
You can not put them back on this way and separate them once out of the engine bay. It sure does make it easier and eliminates some time as if you removed them seperately.
This was told to me by the Ford dealership, just another way the charge you by the book price yet they do it easier for less time and more of your money!
Remove the intake and exhaust manifolds. Remove the head. Torque the head and manifolds to the correct torque and sequence, you will need a repair manual for this.
Sorry but your question makes no sense. If you are asking where is the hydraulic clutch reservoir, then if it has one, it is located somewhere near the master cylinder, usually mounted on the firewall.
just replace the engine with a 4 or 6 cylinder and your done.
The fuel filter on a '91 Probe GL, which may or may not be the same, but I believe it is, is located near the firewall on the drivers side near the master cylinder and break fluid reservoir. It fits into a bracket type clamp in a vertical position. Should be fairly easy to replace. -Shaun
look at the passinger side of the bay its towards the bulk head below a black plastic breatihg cylinder i believe mate
If it is a 4 cylinder it is on the back of the motor by the firewall.
Inside the trans pan
i have a 95 probe gt 2.5l with a bad head gasket and it overheats if driven longer than 5-10 min tops idk how to fix it though hope this helps
In my 20 plus years of working professionally on cars, and for Ford Motor Company, I have never heard of a "clutch gasket." I have absolutely no idea what you are asking about. But if you want to see some funny blank stares, you could go to the parts dept of your nearest Ford dealership and ask for a clutch gasket. Are you talking about a seal in the hydraulic clutch system? If so, then you don't need to worry about finding a seal, since hydraulic clutch componets are serviced as assemblies. In other words, if you have a leaking master cylinder, replace the master cylinder. If you have a leaking slave cylinder, replace that.
Drivers side, near the brake master cylinder, Look for a cap that screws on.
Yes it is possible with a bellhousing adaptor plate..... but in short no......Buy the right tranny......or a flux capacitor......
engine coolant is getting into an engine cylinder , from a bad head gasket , warped or cracked head