Yessir, it will.
The 1995 Ford Probe, either the GT or the 4 cylinder DID NOT COME with a Turbo.
Built into the distributor.
look at the lower rear end of the engine on the passenger side
ford probe gt rims are 7 inch
Click the link and choose the correct engine.
Inside the fuse box under the hood on the drivers side of the car.
The ford probe gt does not have a block heater block heaters are normally on a desiel Engine
if the 94 probe is a GT, yes. the 2.0l alternators are different from the GT the autozone part numbers for the 94 2.0L Probe is 14449 and the part number for the 94 2.5L GT is 14450
If the starter is spinning but not catching, the problem lies in the starter drive (also called bendix). You will either have to replace the starter or repair it by replacing the bendix.
If you want answers about your Ford Probe. Please check out this site: www.probetalk.com and place your question there, you will have an answer within the hour.
Facing your engine, it is on the right side underneath the air intake filter assembly.
Try this site. It helped me: http://www.miata.net/garage/mastercyl.html
is there a diagram or a picture of the distributor cap and rottor in a 95 ford probe gt 2.5lt
stock enginestock engine in 1994 ford probe GT is a Mazda 2.5L 24 valve V6.
NO you can't because a ford probe Gt is a v6 while the ford probe base is a flat 4. Because of this the car is shaped differently including the bumper so you need to order a bumper for a base ford probe. this guy is wrong it is a direct bolt on and its inline 4 not flat 4
how to check the fluid on a manual transmission for a 1989 ford probe gt
they do not come stock with forged pistons, no probe gt does. You will have to buy them and install by yourself
There is a small ignition module (relay) that is built into the distributor that is notorious for burning up.....
No it won't. I had a 95 Ford Probe Se 2.0L and when the transmission went i upgraded to a 93 Probe Gt 2.5L V6 and my insurance didn't change at all. I love the car.