It should be located on the evaporator case.
You must remove the dash.
The engine oil pan is bolted to the bottom of the engine on your 1994 Mercury Tracer
You can't. Computer sets it. Chuck the Tracer pro.
disk It has both.
Begin by removing the break assembly from your 1994 Mercury. Tap on the rear brake drums with a hammer or mallet. The brake drums will become loose and will simply slide off.
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front disc, rear drum.
According to one of Ford's websites : For the 1.9 liter four cylinder engine in a 1994 Mercury Tracer : ( the spark plug gap is .054 inch )
You have to remove the dash and cowling underhood to remove the heater case. Then you would need to disassemble the heater case.
Follow the plug wires and they will go to the distributor cap.
On your 1994 MERCURY TRACER, the THERMOSTAT is: UNDER HOOD, DRIVER SIDE, UPPER ENGINE AREA, ENGINE END OF UPPER RADIATOR HOSE, MOUNTED IN COOLANT OUTLET HOUSING. The upper radiator hose will lead you to the thermostat housing as described above. It is much easier to access if you remove the distributor which sits above the thermostat. Mark your plug wires if you unplug them.
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission- fill to this level
in the 1.9 liter engine it should be from 35-45 psi
I do not know, but I am having the same problems with the removal of my 1994 tracer's stereo
Plugged catalytic converter?
4 bolts are romoved from the backsode of the steering wheel. If airbag equipped remove airbag fuse first. Then remove airbag/ horn/ center assembly. Remove large nut from center of wheel, then pull wheel with steering wheel puller.
you have to remove the dash
Drain the water from your 1994 Chevrolet Blazer cooling system. Remove the heater core water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
you have to take out the whole dashboard