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Why would there be flooding if you just replaced the fuel pump on a 1990 Ford Escort?


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2006-05-22 03:03:07
2006-05-22 03:03:07

sounds like you have a bad ox sensor or a computer problem


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The 99 tires are much bigger than the 90 tires. With the smaller tires on the 99 you would be going slower than indicated on the speedometer.

look behind the glove box ? or on the passanger side by the floor no it is located drivers side up in dash. you can reachit fairly easy.just replaced mine.

This is the Escort answer page not the courier.

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