There are many things that it could be, but you should try checking your fuel pressure regulator. Did you replace the fuel filter first?
where is the fuel reset swith for a 1989 mercury topaz
you could use a turkey baster
Idle could possibly be too low.
There is a circuit breaker thaich could be bad.
Most Likely A Leak, Caused By The Gasket Needing Replaced On Valve Cover. When You Install Gaskets Put In A New PCV Valve This Should Take Care Of It.
Clean them and see.
Something loose? Exhaust pipe rattling/hitting on something? You'll have search it out.
Only the 2.3L HSC Inline 4 will fit in the 1986 Mercury Topaz. If everything in the engine bay were gutted, perhaps something larger such as a 3.0L V6 from a 1992-1994 model MIGHT fit but it would require a complete running 92-94 Ford Tempo or Mercury Topaz with the V6 engine as a donor car (and, if you could find such a car, it would be more worth your time/money to invest in it v.s. a 1986 model). The automatic transmission from a Taurus WILL NOT WORK in a Tempo/Topaz.
You have bad spark plugs and they need to be changed or there could be a bad vacuum line that needs to be replaced.
no it is not good to wear emerald with a blue topazbut you could wear emerald with a green topaz
depends on the year if it's older it will cost more because something might need to be replaced and the older it is the harder to find the part but in general I'm guessing it could run you from about $300-$1000 like I said depending on the model
First, check the rad. Was it ever replaced? If it is good, check the thermostat, Does it overheat at idle? or on the road? At idle, most likely the Rad. On the road, could still be the rad. or possible the thermostat. Also, was the water pump ever replaced. That will also cause overheating. As time goes on, the impeller wears, and will not push the water fast enough. Good luck.
Not if the proximate cause is replacement of the coil wire. Are you sure you have the wire securely snapped on at each end?
could be several things ,bad fuel pump,bad fuel pressure regulator ,fuel filter needs replaced. or air idle valve needs cleaned or replaced. I would start with new fuel f9ilter and then have the air idle valve checked or take it off and clean it yourself. Not hard to do if you are mech inclined and have a few metric tools.
you could check the fuel pressure and fuel filter.
If a car engine stalls when turning, there could be a problem with the power steering pump. There could also be an issue with an emissions control device.
Have someone that you know that knows about cars check the starter cellanoid.
Check for a weak or dead battery Check for loose or corroded battery cables Could be a seized engine Could be a bad starter or bad starter solenoid
plug the sensor in then disconnect the battery for an hour. then try. Thank You that worked but now it is idleing at 3 rpm and when I press on the gas and hold it down it almost stalls out and backfires randomly. Could it be the timing now?
You could muck out the stalls for horses. You could get the eggs from the hens and feed them and the chickens.
you could put 1 car in each stall.... That would be logical
Headgasket is possible.
Yes. Corundum will scratch topaz and every other mineral with a hardness of 9 or lower on the Mohs hardness scale.
You most definately unpluged the sensor wire. It's a single red wired that plugs onto a sensor just passed the thermostat.
Look at the TCC solenoid in the trans is going to be bad.