theres is not a valve it has tvcontrol cable and ecm controls the rest
IN the transmission.
Between the engine and the transmission.
I want to say no, because the tempo has a bigger transaxle than the escort.
Yes.I have a 1994 Ford tempo GL with a 2.3l engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power locks and tilt steering.
Manual Type F or Mercon Automatic Motocraft Mecron ATF
In between the air filter and the raditior
Automatic. Between the rad and the engine, drivers side, look down a little.
most overdrive transmissons no longer have modulator valves they are computer controlled.
Through the dipstick tube where the indicator inserts. Be sure to have the car warmed up, running at idle, in park when you check the automatic transmission fluid.
The automatic transmission dipstick and filler tube is located near the front of the engine, on the driver side, between the battery and electric cooling fan. It is rather low therefore a long neck funnel is required to add the fluid. Hope this helps.
The 1990 Ford Tempo base sedan has a curb weight of 2,587 pounds. The base sedan came with a 2.3 liter, 4-cylinder engine, and had a 3-speed automatic transmission.
Right on top of the valve cover.
There isn't one. These models use a throttle position cable instead.
No, it's a completely different engine and transmission altogether.
where is the thermostat located on a 1989 ford tempo
Never found one on mine. But you do have a drain and filler plug.
Have to remove the transmission.
Try the Library.
Were is the ac drain on a ford tempo,
most cars you have to add the transmission fluid through the dipstick hole leading into the transmission its self
On my wife's 1993 Ford Tempo,when you remove the transmiision pan(after draining fluid), the filter can be seen just inside. It looks like a bag and has a female end which slips over whatever the part is called that it is attached to.
Bad seal? Leaking cooler line?