In the glove box of my topaz "1993", there is a list of the fuses. Also the fuses are under the steering wheel. YOu have to get down on the ground with the door open and poke your head in sideways and look up at them. I hope I helped.
A 1991 mercury topaz has drum brakes on the rear wheels.
Your 1991 Mercury Topaz 2.3 liter has a timing CHAIN
1994 mercury topaz 4cyl
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For a 1991 Mercury Topaz ( front wheel drive ) ( 15.9 US. gallons )
I also need to know how to install a alternator in a Mercury Topaz, but my car is a 1991. PLEASE HELP...
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair manual : For a 1991 Mercury Topaz ( front wheel drive ) ( 15.9 US. gallons )
More or less, YES
you could use a turkey baster
The spark plug wires fire in the 1, 3, 4, 2 order on the 1991 Mercury Topaz GS 2.3 engine. This is the most common engine type for this vehicle.Ê
Try MOTORLIT.COM for an owners manual.
Remove belt If you are just changing the wheel--it is "left handed thread"
Possibly. Look at the model # on each transmission. If they are the same, then they are interchangeable.
2.3 L engine, around 110-115 mph. That's about 180 kph.
don't believe they had daytime running lights in 1991 topaz
Tie wraps can be used to replace a stock radio wiring harness in a 1991 Mercury Tracer. The wires can be replaced with other radio wire from an automotive parts store and the tie wrap can hold them together.
To instal a neutral switch on the 1991 Topaz, kindly make reference to your users manual.
Look for a cylindrical object bolted to the fuel rail or valve body with a vacuum hose attached to it.
To install the 1991 Ford Topaz neutral switch, just follow the instructions on the user manual.
There are 2 holes on both sides of you radio that are an inch apart, they take a special tool shaped like a horseshoe. you first insert the tools in till you feel and hear a "click" then you want to aply outward pressure to the ends of the tools at the same time pull out the radio, it myght take some effort.
The fuse block should be located to the left of the steering column, under the dash. Depending on which Mercury GS you have (sable, topaz, etc.) it should be a relay located in the fuse block.
Have to remove the transmission for that.
There is a relay in the trunk, drivers side, behind the cover. Check that. And if the pump just does not work, then you have to drop the tank and replace the pump.
Oil. Most oil brands are good. Depends on your climate, but usually 10w30 or 5w30 should do the job. That's regular oil not synthetic.