Same key as ignition...
It's supposed to be
No they are different keys.
Yes it is the same.
same motor, same driveline, same size, just electronics differ a little ( such as a/c or power locks etc..).
The factory spec for tires for a '93 Ford Tempo is P185/70R14. As far as I know it would be the same for all years.
Same place you check it.
Yes, originally the door and ignition keys are the same. but if you have to replace your ignition / steering column, you will have a different (re-keyed) key for the door and for the ignition.
I have a 1997 Grand Cherokee, and my key fits both the door and the ignition.
The engine compartment fuse and relay box in a 1993 Ford Tempo is on the fender wall. It is located on the same side as the battery.
yes and i have heard mustang rims will aswell but i know for sure tempo and escorts have the same lug pattern
No they are different usually ignition is square and trunk is round
depends on year model and if any has changed them. older were different using round head key for door and squar for ing. newer model uses same key
The Mercury Tracer is same model. The Ford Escort and the Ford Tempo are 2 completely different cars. The Ford Tempo's windshield is going to be too big for the Escort, if I'm not mistaken.
More or less, YES
In my 1993, it is in the glove compartment. Perhaps it is the same on the '92?
Yes it is.
I have heard this problem related to my sons 2000 Monte Carlo. I'm about to change his ignition switch. I tried the resistor, tested the fan, even changed out the whole climate control unit!
it's a ford burn it because I have the same problem
The ignition wire on a 1997 Ford E-150 is red. It is the same color in many of Ford's automobiles.
all cars start of with matching locks/ignition and key so the ignition or locks must have been changed
It did when it was built.
The square key is ignition and the round key is the door key. It's the same scheme as GM used until recently.