To avoid unnecessary work, get a manual from the parts store or AUTOPARTSONLINE.COM
I just changed mine and trust me it wasn't easy. To begin with you have to disassemble the powersteering pump. Then you have to take the whole front of the motor apart basically. I took off the front motor mount so I could jack the motor for easy access to the timing cover which had to be removed. Lots of things have to come off just to get to the water pump including the valve cover. Have fun doing it but it takes at least 5 hours if you are an ok mechanic.
I don't see the prob. with the change, according to my book it's the same as my 93 and it took me approx. an hour to an hour and a half...I left a rather detailed answer on the 93 question...
Well I just did mine also and there is no way anyboby can do it in 1 hour or 2 for that matter. The man hrs for just the timing belt alone calls for 2.6 hrs.
Yessir, it will.
Refer to this: http://home.comcast.net/~mmunoz70/z/leskatimingbelt.doc
how do you go around amp for after market radio on 1995 ford probe
The 1995 Ford Probe, either the GT or the 4 cylinder DID NOT COME with a Turbo.
Yes it is possible with a bellhousing adaptor plate..... but in short no......Buy the right tranny......or a flux capacitor......
Replace the seal.
In the alternator. Have to replace the Alternator.
Inside the transmission.
Built into the distributor.
in the tank
Its behind the timing belt cover
no it is not , your looking approx. 8.5 hrs in and out to replace a probe transmission....
Yes,but the 93 and 94 enginges are obd1,while the 95-97 are obd2.
yes yes yes
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you buy one or take it to the shop
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.
It has 134 A the change was around 92 93
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how do i replace the fuel selector switch on the dash of a 1995 ford f250
look at the passinger side of the bay its towards the bulk head below a black plastic breatihg cylinder i believe mate