Why would the throttle rev up while in neutral on a Mercury Topaz?
If you have the 2.3 L I-4, then you probably have a bad Idle Air Controller (they are notorious for going bad). It will cost you about $100 from the dealership for the part alone. It is located on the back side of the intake manifold near the center of the vehicle. It is black and has an electrical connection on top. There are 2 bolts that require an 8mm wrench or socket to remove. There is a gasket between the idle air controller ond the intake manifold. (Make sure when putting the new one on you put it on the opposite direction as you took it off) . It will basically look upside down.You can change it yourself in about 5 minutes.
What if your 1994 mercury topaz 2.3L 4-cylinder eng has high idle all the time how can you adjust It is manual and have replace idle air controller. PLEASE Help?
Appearance of Topaz Topaz comes in a wealth of beautiful colors including blue, pink, red, lavender, yellow, brown, orange, colorless and green. It should be noted that both red and lavender are usually extremely rare colors. Colorless topaz and yellow are fairly common. Topaz are known to have color centers and while color centers are not fully understood, the color of Topaz can change, usually with the help of intense heat or radiation.
What could be the cause for a rattle or ticking sound that slows or stops when the AC is on in a 1991 Mercury Topaz?
What is wrong with a 1993 Mercury Topaz 19L auto that turns off when the engine is warm in neutral or park and sometimes also turns off in drive at low speeds of 5-7mph?
I had the same problem in my 93 2.3L. The engine would die when i would put it into park after driving for a while, and eventually started to stall on the road at very slow speeds. The problem was a bad fuel pressure regulator. It wasn't a cheap fix, but i brought it to a dealership. I would imagine that it isn't a difficult fix for a more knowledgeable person.
What causes my 1988 mercury tracer with a 1.6 motor to idle high then when while driving then the rpms jump up and down then the car kills and wont start again for a while?
Racing In my opinion Neutral steer in a racing sense does not truly exist. A car can not be set up to be truly neutral as the corner entry speed, the way the driver transitions from straight to the corner, throttle setting as the car exits the corner all change the over and under steer tendencies. You can make a car more or less neutral for a particular driver, but the only truly neutral cornering…
Mercury and alcohol are not the thermometers but the liquids found in the thermometer they have different properties that make them uniqe for example alcohol is safe while mercury is poisonous,alcohol does not expand uniformly but has great expansion while mercury expands uniformly and has low expansion,alcohol is cheap while mercury is expensive,alcohol wets the glass while mercury does not.so alcohol can not combine to form a thermometer simply because they are the liquids found…
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body. That's the part of the engine that controls the amount of air allowed into the engine. To find the throttle body, follow the air intake routing toward the engine. The throttle body is the part that sits on the intake manifold. To find the throttle position sensor, follow the throttle cable to the throttle body. If it helps, have someone press down and release the throttle…
How do you stop a 1997 manual transmission Plymouth Breeze from idling high in neutral until you come to a complete stop and then idles down?
Remove the air cleaner and the air supply from the top of the throttle body. Have someone step inside the vehicle and slowly press and release the throttle while the engine is off. Watch to see what moves. The throttle butterfly is operated by the cable from the accelerator pedal. Notice that the cable goes over a sprocket that moves the throttle. On the OPPOSITE side of the throttle body should be a black plastic…
They appear to be a neutral site that lists out a variety of scams and frauds. While many abound that pretend to be neutral but are not, I saw nothing that concerned me while there. They could well be legitimate. However, do not invest in something just because a "neutral" website tells you it's safe.
The engine of my 1993 Voyager 2.5 Liter dies at wide open throttle. It idles rough. Already did a tune-up and replaced the fuel filter. Seems like it is fuel starved for higher RPMs. Any suggestion?
If the engine seems to die at wide open throttle when the transmission is in park or neutral, that would be the rev limiter kicking in. If the engine dies at wide open throttle while in drive, I would suspect a damaged/plugged catalytic converter. A vacuum test could verify that. If the vacuum drops off as you increase rpm, you have a restriction in the exhaust system, probably the cat.