none, its a, probably a 4cyl dont waste your time good luck bye
A contour line is a line defining elevation on a map.
The 1.8 is not a zetec. But just use any oil, Castrol synthetic being the best. Now that's thinking with your dipstick, Jimmy!
The '95 Contour has OBD1. You would need a reader for that older system to read the codes properly, and readers for OBD1 tend to be somewhat expensive. The best thing to do is take it to a shop that has the equipment.
They show elevation On a map, contour lines are the best method of showing relief ( the ups and downs of a land surface) (:
A haynes repair manual have the best wiring diagrams
I have an 08 1500 Hemi and I use the Superchip Flashpaq. The difference it makes is minimal except for the ability to change the transmission shift points. I can't tell a big difference between the Economy and Performance settings except at the gas pump, because the performance setting requires 91 octane and also reduces gas mileage.
On a map, the differences in elevation are best shown using contour lines.
Some of the best maps to have when mountain climbing would be a Topographic Map which shows contour lines of elevation to determine which area would be most suitable for climbing.
No, because that will allow precipitation to run more easily straight downhill. Since contour lines on a topographic map indicate a consistent level or altitude, it would be best to plow parallel to these lines. Plowing in a line with level will provide the best strategy to erosion abatement.
A check engine light in any vehicle is a warning that there is an issue with the motor. In a specific vehicle, as in a Ford Contour, it is best to check the manual or with a mechanic to identify the issue.
If you have the mk5 then the mk5 zetec-s bumper will fit straight on. If you have the mk4 the zetec s bumper will need cutting and trimming to make it fit but they do fit with work. Best way to check if you have a mk4 or 5 is by the lights. If you have the same shape lights as the ZS then you have a mk5 if not then you have a mk4. P.S. that was for the front bumper. Im not 100% sure on the rear. The ZS rear will fit straight on the mk5 and I have been told they fit on the mk4 with no work at all but I cant be 100% sure as iv never done it.
If it's the endure e engine it has timing chain which should not need changing. The zetec engines are 10 years or 100,000 miles, although not advisable to wait that long maybe 80k would be best .
A topographic map is the best map to take backpacking. It shows you contour lines which allows you to see how steep terrain is and identify features around you in the event that you get lost.
this isn't something you want to do yourself its probly best to have a mechanic do it
Contour tillage that follows the lay of the land is best to avoid erosion.
Define "affordable". New windows can be sort of pricey, no matter what the make of car. Your best bet would probably be to see if you can find some good ones at a junkyard.
Probably best to go to a wrecking yard and pick up the cluster and replace it
For 1998 Ford Escort ZX2 with a 2.0 16 V Zetec VCT motor use Champion Platinum RE 7PYP6 spark plugs.
A wiring diagram will just show you where they are in the wiring circuit so it would be best if you got a FACTORY shop manual from E-bay or MOTORLIT.COM. It will show a picture of them and describe how each works.
Best accessed if you remove the passenger side tire and look just past the front struts.
i have used the superchips cortex on both a 2000 ram 5.2l and a 2001 cummins.it works great on both.the flashpaq doesnt give the gains it claims and i dnt think they make the edge cts for the 5.2 they only have the evo ht for the 5.2l...i would go with the cortex along with an exhaust and intake for the best gains
Fuel gauges are approximate at best, but there is probably a gallon or two. This is a 15-year-old car, so it would be best to add fuel when you first notice the light activated. Everything wears out, including fuel level sensors.
Best to take it to a dealer for a check or a transmission specialist. Get two opinions to make sure if you don't trust them.
No there is no filter ur best bet will be a transmission flush at a oil change place
Plough around the hill, staying always at the same height a.s.l. This is called contour ploughing.