Drain plug for what?
open the hood, look down between the rad. and the engine. There it is.
Only the 2.3L HSC Inline 4 will fit in the 1986 Mercury Topaz. If everything in the engine bay were gutted, perhaps something larger such as a 3.0L V6 from a 1992-1994 model MIGHT fit but it would require a complete running 92-94 Ford Tempo or Mercury Topaz with the V6 engine as a donor car (and, if you could find such a car, it would be more worth your time/money to invest in it v.s. a 1986 model). The automatic transmission from a Taurus WILL NOT WORK in a Tempo/Topaz.
Just take the covers off the steering column, switch is there.
the fuel filter on a 1986 ford ranger is located on the inside of the frame on the drivers side in front of the gas tank.
the fuel filter is located on driverside rear in front of the rear wheel.
Behind the glovebox
there isn't one
The fuel filter for a 1986 Chevy G20 should be mounted on the frame under the van. The filter is an inline type and should be easy to change.
The 1986 Chevrolet C10 pickup truck fuel filter is located inside of the fuel tank. The fuel tank will need to be removed in order to change the fuel filter.
The fuel filter is located just below the drivers door on the frame rail. There are two clamps to pull the filter.
On the fuel line going to the carburetor.
the fuel filter is located on the drivers side close to the fire wall, its white an looks like a little canster with to lines on it.
the fuel filter is below the passenger side rear door, on the side of the frame. wal-mart sells the filter.
Behind the intake plenum.
The fuel filter is located on the passenger side. look under the hood, it should be inline with the strut tower.
front of engine at top on right side facing engine
Right above the oil filter , in the engine block.
under the passenger side floor next to body rail
Its connected to the Fuel Pump inside of the gas tank
If you are looking at the engine look to the left of the engine. Your fuel filter is connected to the frame with a strap.
The serial number tag on a 200 hp Mercury outboard is located on the stern bracket, upper starboard side.
That would be the oil sending unit.