around $400. give or take
Under the vehicle mounted between the exhaust manifold and the muffler.
Look to spend at least $400, if not more, depending on who you take it to. We had ours done from the manifold back to the tune of $427.00
I have a 97 Ford probe and when I had to replace my alternator... I had to pulled the passenger tire off and pull the whole assembly apart so I could get the alternator.. There are 2 bolts to loosen up and pull the belt out slide the alternator down by the exhaust and pull it out by the CV axle
There are a total of four Oxygen Sensors: one in each exhaust manifold near the motor, and one on either side (upstream & downstream) of the catalytic converter.
Fuel pump could be shot
A Nox sensor is very similar to a lambda probe, but its dedicated to measuring oxides of nitrogen in the exhaust gas. It looks pretty much the same and goes into the exhaust just like a lambda probe.
if you have the exhaust manifold, oil lines, etc. from the 89 GT then yes.
If it is an automatic than it is probably the torque converter
no it is not , your looking approx. 8.5 hrs in and out to replace a probe transmission....
Remove the intake and exhaust manifolds. Remove the head. Torque the head and manifolds to the correct torque and sequence, you will need a repair manual for this.
Replace the seal.
In the alternator. Have to replace the Alternator.
Easy: you call a professional to do it. The Probe windscreen is bonded directly to the car and is not a job for the DIY-er.
I have a 1989 Probe and also had a tick, I found that the exhaust manifold bolts were loose. I removed the heat shield and tighten the bolts. NO MORE TICK
you buy one or take it to the shop
Remove fuel tank for access
The exhaust back pressure sensor on a 2006 6.0 diesel Ford F3 50 can be located near the exhaust manifold. The sensor is a probe that can be removed by loosening the nut.
Cold Exhaust, warm up to ease removal. Hot Exhaust, cool down to touch. Disconnect O2 Sensor Plug. Soak threads with PB blaster & wait a bit for the stuff to work through. With the help of a O2 Sensor tool or a 22 mm(7/8") Crow Foot, remove Sensor. Clean threads on exhaust(wire brush, etc). Put anti-seize compound on the new Sensor's threads: Be very careful not to put any on the probe, just the threads! Install Sensor & torque to specs(?30 lb-ft?). Reconnect plug.
This is not an easy job to do yourself if you only have little knowlege. Get the Haynes Manual MAZDA 626 & MX6 FORD PROBE 1993_2001. No. 61042 This will tell you in detail how to remove & replace the balljoints . This is not an easy job to do yourself if you only have little knowlege. Get the Haynes Manual MAZDA 626 & MX6 FORD PROBE 1993_2001. No. 61042 This will tell you in detail how to remove & replace the balljoints . This is not an easy job to do yourself if you only have little knowlege. Get the Haynes Manual MAZDA 626 & MX6 FORD PROBE 1993_2001. No. 61042 This will tell you in detail how to remove & replace the balljoints .
Probes were not made until 1989
IVE GONE 147 MILES PER HOUR I have a 95 ford probe gt, when I removed the stock muffler, catalytic converter, replaced my air filter box with a cold air intake I increased my horse power decently. I topped my probe gt at 151. . . It was nice.
Refer to this: http://home.comcast.net/~mmunoz70/z/leskatimingbelt.doc
Replace the chain and both the cam and crankshaft gears.