No special tools are needed and once you get the dust cover off the drum you will see just how easy it really is. Make sure you pack the new bearings well If you are doing this to replace the brakes it should have over 150000 miles on it. I have never seen them wear out before that. Ray
Thanks Ray. My vehicle has 176,000 miles on it, runs like a top, but has a "mud tire type" growl at speed, so I checked the tires out, rotating them, and still had the same growl. It gets really load when turning left. I appreciate the help!
No offense but if you don't know how to do it don't" You will need special tools and special equipment to be able to do it.
no it is not , your looking approx. 8.5 hrs in and out to replace a probe transmission....
Replace the seal.
In the alternator. Have to replace the Alternator.
Easy: you call a professional to do it. The Probe windscreen is bonded directly to the car and is not a job for the DIY-er.
You must get a blueprint of it and then get the pieces needed to build it.
a scanning probe microscope is needed to observe a single atom
you buy one or take it to the shop
Remove fuel tank for access
either caliper is seized up and stuck to the rotar or the bearings need to be replaced!
This is not an easy job to do yourself if you only have little knowlege. Get the Haynes Manual MAZDA 626 & MX6 FORD PROBE 1993_2001. No. 61042 This will tell you in detail how to remove & replace the balljoints . This is not an easy job to do yourself if you only have little knowlege. Get the Haynes Manual MAZDA 626 & MX6 FORD PROBE 1993_2001. No. 61042 This will tell you in detail how to remove & replace the balljoints . This is not an easy job to do yourself if you only have little knowlege. Get the Haynes Manual MAZDA 626 & MX6 FORD PROBE 1993_2001. No. 61042 This will tell you in detail how to remove & replace the balljoints .
Probes were not made until 1989
Specific setup to a set of parameter is what makes the specialized probe special. But measuring the surface of metrology for ultrasound wouldn't work.
Refer to this: http://home.comcast.net/~mmunoz70/z/leskatimingbelt.doc
Replace the chain and both the cam and crankshaft gears.
Check with local library for a repair manual, or automedia.com
take it out of the top of the tank and replace it or seal the tank off and go with a aftermarket inline fitler
replace the engine ================== The engine would at least have to be removed, cylinder head removed, oil pan removed, and new bearings installed with rods. If you get that far, you may as well overhaul the engine with new rings, seals, bearings, valve job, resurface cylinder head etc.. Either that or yes, get another engine. Either way its a lot of work or even more money to have a shop do it. -Shaun
You have to replace the headlight on the 89 probe not the bulb. There are four screws that secure the headlight. I turned my headlights on and unhooked the battery so I could replace it while it was in the up position. For standard replacement bulbs I suggest buying them at Wal-Mart. They are about half the price you would pay at an auto parts store.
Special materials like some types of metal or silver or gold or aluminum
Probe,probe se 2.0 / probe gt 2.5
Ok well the ford probe discontinued production in 1997. On all Ford Probe models the fuel pump is located in the gas tank. So to service and or replace it you have to drop the gas tank. Not fun