first how cold is cold?? winter -30 or just not started at 0 degrees?? plug it in and go from there. lighter oil mabey??
ACEAnsweralot of Ford probes have intermitant starting problems, if you look on the internet for this you will see many people have tried many different things from cheap to expensive. I have found that when my 97 probe doesn't start all i have to do is wiggle any electrical connectors i see ( i have not pin pointed which one)the car will then start. have read people have had to replace electrical harness, but my ways alot easier, for now
Well I had this same problem with our 89 Probe GL. There are multiple temp sensors in the engine which I was afraid was the problem with ours but I found it was an oxygen sensor which had a broken retaining clip. When I fastened it on with a rubber band it quit running badly and not starting in cold weather. Just yesterday when checking out fuses for another issue (headlights) I found that there is a manual "switch" for a fuse under there. One is labeled "warm weather" and the other "cold weather". Since I never knew this was there and it is now warm out, I haven't had the chance it see how it will improve its operation yet. But I intend to find out when I have the chance. Maybe that will work as well for you.
its a Mazda engine . ( DOHC 4cyl. 16 valve 2.0l ) For the probe 1993
stock enginestock engine in 1994 ford probe GT is a Mazda 2.5L 24 valve V6.
Japanese Motor that is frequently engine swapped into a Ford Probe.
Yes , according to the Gates website the 2.0 liter 4 cylinder in a 1996 Ford Probe IS an interference engine
on a 2.0L engine. no
Yes , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 2.0 liter four cylinder engine in a 1996 Ford Probe ( is an interference engine )
The biggest engine you can fit in a probe is the engine out of the Ford Taurus SHO. I believe it is either 3.0 or 3.2 and requires a lot of modification to fit.
The 2.5l 6 cylinder engine is the original engine in a 1994 ford probe gt and in the se and base it is a 2.0l 4 cylinder engine
no, the 89-92 engine/transmissions are different from the 93-97 ford probe.
Nope 98-94 is one model. 95 starts a new design.
Yes, the 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 1996 Ford Probe is an interference engine ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etc. )
The ford probe gt does not have a block heater block heaters are normally on a desiel Engine
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) the 2.0 liter four cylinder engine in a 1997 Ford Probe ( IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE )
None. The engine is an Mazda 626 V6 2.5 L.
the local salvage yard. They are also the same engine as the ford probe
if its a v6 then its right on top of the engine. but its i4 then its behind the engine.
The engine coolant drain plug in the 1996 Ford Probe 4-cylinder is located at the bottom end of the radiator. There is a coolant reservoir at the top of the engine as well.
ford probe is the same engine/transmission configuration
between the engine and the drive wheels
as big as your wallet!
Yes,but the 93 and 94 enginges are obd1,while the 95-97 are obd2.
I think you are wanting to know the horsepower of a Ford Probe. But as you fail to list the year or engine size, it is impossible to provide an answer.
Yes! The 1996 Ford Probe 2.0 is an Interference Engine. Serious engine damage will occur if the belt breaks. Replace the belt every 60,000 miles.