The stock system will be R12. It is very costly to recharge. If it is stock get a recharge kit. Kits usually contain everything needed to change to R134A refrigerent. If it is already changed then all you need is a recharge hose for R134A and of course some cans of r143a. You will be able to tell the difference in the two systems by looking at the A/C lines where the coolent is added. If they are R12 systems they will have threads if they are R134A systems they will have what are known as quick connects or simply there will not be any threds.
the fule pump is in the gas tank in the 1993 ford tempo
how do you reset a fuel pump switch on a 1993 ford tempo
it looks like a water pump that a 1993 ford tempo has.
Were is the ac drain on a ford tempo,
The factory spec for tires for a '93 Ford Tempo is P185/70R14.
There is 98 horsepower in a 1993 Ford tempo 2.3. I have one. Ford claims it has 96 but Dyno runs say 98.
Try the Library.
Front of engine, below oil filter
right on top of the compressor
Its prob the radiator fan. Or you are out of coolant.
All Vehicles produced Post-1993 are required to utilize Refrigerant R134a.
On my 88 Tempo, it's in the rear passenger side corner on the return line of the accumulator. (next to the low pressure switch)
follow the upper radiator hose
chains and pigs! chains and pigs!
front or all wheel drive
91 will have r-12 freon but can be converted to r-134a easily
Just the standard 50/50 mixture of Antifreeze, nothing fancy. If you are referring to the Air conditioner refrigerant, it is most likely R12, unless it has been retrofitted to 134a
Very common problem w/ Ford Tempos..... check the EGR Valve.
With enough time and money anything is possible.
The firing order for the 1993 Tempo GL w/ 3.0l V6 is 1-4-2-5-3-6.
The engine compartment fuse and relay box in a 1993 Ford Tempo is on the fender wall. It is located on the same side as the battery.
because everyone elses 1993 ford tempos stall when they idle. learn to drive with one foot on the gas and one on the brake like I do in my '93 tempo. keep the RPM at 1000 and it won't stall out.