my 89 ford tempo goes 85
Starter is located at the front center of the engine under the oil filter behind the front bumper (where the front license plate would go).
It would be a good idea to pick up a Ford Tempo owners guide or repair manual to find the location. Not only that, but if there are future problems you'll be able to fix them considering the repair is not major. I know Ford Tempo thermostats go for about $15 bucks. http://www.93Tempo.Citymax.com
Your starter solenoid is sticking. Replace the starter solenoid and you should be good to go.
Go to: http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/929.html This site is correct, I used it in my '92 Tempo GL.
If the ignition chime will not turn off on a 1994 Ford tempo the switch for the sound is jammed. The steering column with have to be removed to access the switch for the ignition chime.
Did you change the the relay? Look at the battery, follow the positive cable, goes to the starter relay, Is this clicking? Under $ 20.00, easy to change. Or just make sure you have good contact.
you have to go to the car fix to remove it
That wire is from the starter relay and is responsible for engaging the starter when you turn the key. It connects to the starter solenoid before you put the positive lead back on the starter.
Go to: http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/932.html
no, the 89-92 engine/transmissions are different from the 93-97 ford probe.
Tempo primo: first tempo. You changed tempo earlier, now go back to the original tempo
follow the red cable from your bat. that will go to the starter motor. this is best guide as location can vary on models.
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Go to NAPA and buy a Repair Manual.
Firing order 1-3-4-2
Bad heater core. Its a pain to replace. get a Hanes manual if you wanna try to do this.
Instructions are in the box the starter came with or go to the manufacturers web site. Not a fun job unless you've done them before & have access to wiring diagrams
Go to: http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/928.html I used this site for my '92 Tempo GL, everything is correct.
Go to: http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/931.html I used the same exact diagram for my '92 Tempo GL, information is all correct!
Make sure the relay is supplying the 12 volts to the starter - if so remove the starter and go get a rebuilt on to replace it or learn how to repair it yourself.
Check if there is voltage to the starter "S" terminal (if starter does not have the small wire, ensure the starter relay is working). Go from there
Go to another parts dealer and double check the first purchase.
Coolant could be low, causing the engine to overheat. There are also a number of things that could cause overheating and the engine to shut off. Plus the ford tempo was an unsound car from the get go/
If it works -- go for it