You will not find an after market service manual for the 90-94 Mercury Capri from either Chiltons or Haynes. I have looked high and low...the Ford dealers in America don't even want to help out with anything connected to the 90-94 Mercury capri. They say a service manual is not avalible. After many days...weeks of research, I have found a web site that can help you out. www.techcapri.com They have downloadable material for servicing the 90-94 Capri.
i got a factory service manual thru ford but took about 6 weeks and i had to do alot of the foot work for them.cost is a little over $100 will need a couple 3 ring binders to hold it all.but tells you anything and everything you want to know.
The firing order for the 1991 Mercury Capri 1.6 liter, 4-cylinder non-turbo engine is 1342. Ford Motor Company produced the Capri from 1970-1977, then from 1979-1986, and again from 1991-1994.
It already has electronic ignition.
Mine is located on the firewall.Looks like a oil filter an has fuel lines.1991 capri turbo.
are you serious? upgrade brakes swap mercury capri xr2 turbo drivetrain upgrade brakes upgrade brakes
are they both xr2 if your asking if you can swap motors its gonna be a pain you need a new harness and CPU if your going from non turbo to turbo and i wouldn't recomend using an automatic trans with the turbo motor but just the turbos you will be up set i don't know what the first guy was talking about the trans for
chilton publish the shop manuel you are looking for. available at stores like o'reillys and autozone
The manual states it requires (non-turbo) 3.5 qts with filter.
According to specs its 11.1 gallons... but I can't typically get much more than 10 in mine.
For a 1988 Mercury Cougar : According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For the 2.3 litre turbo ( 18 U.S. gallons ) For the 3.8 litre V6 ( 21 U.S. gallons ) For the 5.0 litre V8 ( 20.7 U.S. gallons )
To replace the oil trap on your Volvo, please consult your owners manual. There should be a guide in there to help you with this repair.
A Chilton's Automotive Repair manual will have a diagram for the vacuum lines for the 1988 Supra Turbo. This is an inexpensive manual when compared to the labor costs. It is about $25 at most automotive parts stores.
On a 1988 Mercury Cougar : According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For the 2.3 litre four cylinder turbo ( 18 U.S. gallons ) For the 3.8 litre V6 ( 21 U.S. gallons ) For the 5.0 litre V8 ( 20.7 U.S. gallons )
Go to this web site and download it for free http://www.techcapri.com/ You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library. **** Note that this car is an Italian designed car, built in Australia for Mazda/ Ford. Mazda was concerned about competition for the Miata, but Ford saw it as a different market due to the extra seats. **** With that knowledge, Finding a repair manual can be difficult. You might need to combine some info from a Miata manual with knowledge of how the front end is put together. Almost everything I have done on the front of the car involves removing pieces to get access to all the bolts and/ or disconnecting the Passenger side motor mount and dropping the engine. For internal engine issues, I would say that if you cannot find an actual Capri manual, check manuals that have the Mazda 1.6l engine.
I am sure there is. I think you should be able to buy it from them on a CD or online.
I just had a water pump installed in my Capri and while they're doing that, make sure they put a new timing belt in, because if you have a 91 Turbo w/ ac, it's a 4.5 hour job because the water pump is under the engine.
Yes. http://www.clubsprint.netfirms.com/ has an account by someone who has done this.
bad bearings, lack of oil
The turbo is a 14b if its a manual transmission
If you really want to learn about your z go to eBay and buy you a CD that contains the repair manual. They are cheap. I have one for my 93z and it is great.
No. The turbo needs to be rebuilt. Basically, the bearings and seals in the turbo have worn out, allowing the engine oil that typically flows through to leak into the burning hot exhaust. This often causes excessive oil usage with accompanied smoke from the exhaust.
ask autozone online
I would check to see just how much oil presure you have. These gages do not work right,(oil presure an temp sometimes reads wrong)Buy your own gages an hook them up or pay a garage.This could save money.Hope this helps
best way to go to parts store and buy a chilton repair manual $20 and it will walk you right through it
Here's a link to Midcomustang.com FAQ it tells you where all the sensors are located http://www.midcomustang.com/engine_emission.htmlANSWER 2Igintion Module or Igniter Assembly is located in the distributor... I have a PDF on how to change this!