Check your system vitals. When was the last time you had your vehicle tuned up? I would check Spark Plugs & Wires. Air Filter, Fuel Filter, PCV Valve, Breather or possibly your fuel pressure regulator. If you run your A/C, you will not go anywhere fast. Even if you run your A/C for a while, then shut it off.. your car is going to have a lower grunt, and not move very fast. Thus is from personal experience.
It is most likely your HT leads or coil pack.
94 escort bolt pattern
No they are not.
on the back of the engine, under the intake
Its more than likely your timing belt!
Yes , it's front wheel drive
the door jamb sticker says 3665 pounds
It is on top of the fuel tank, you can get to it by removing the bak seat.
A 1994 Ford Escort 1.9 L spark plug gap is ( .054 inch ) according to motorcraft.com - one of Fords websites
yes it is possible
I get about 28 hwy, 24-25 city/hwy combined.
Thru the bleed valve on the slave cylinder attached to the transmission.
The computer is under the console where it meets the bottom of the heater controls. Take the console out to access it.
Maybe, but it sounds like you need to have your fuel injection system looked at carefully and repaired.
the Bering is going out or something got in the housing
You may be better off getting a used hatch out of a junk yard.
Never mind, found the answer. Did not find how to delete my question...
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 1.9 liter engine in a 1994 Ford Escort is NOT an interference engine
cause the orange is for Chevrolets newer models
On the drivers' side front of car it is in the main fuse box in the engine compartment.
Diagrams of a 1994 Ford Escort Engines would be available in most technical manuals for engines. These can be found at a local library.
Make and model would help.
its a shift light for a manual trans. means opimum rpm for shifting to higher gear