is there a diagram or a picture of the distributor cap and rottor in a 95 ford probe gt 2.5lt
On the '93-'97 GT's the ignition coil is part of the distributor. If your coil goes bad you need to change the distributor.
What is your question?
Built into the distributor.
NO SPARK TO DISTRIBUTOR CAR WILL TURN OVER BUT WONT START 95 FORD PROBE
There is a small ignition module (relay) that is built into the distributor that is notorious for burning up.....
are you sure its fuel cut out? my probe would not start traced problem to electronics inside distributor had failed [common fault on probe]
there is no such thing as a 1998 Ford Probe. If there was, it would probably still be located next to the stock airbox. follow the spark plug wires.
Try the alternator. The voltage regulator is built into it so if it's not working it's not going to start. Also, is your starter in working order? That could be the problem also
Check you coil. Should have 12v on primary side with ignition switch in on position.
follow the coolant hose that goes under the distributor.
there are two dots on the distributor they have to be lined up on tdc
distributor is likely bad
THERE WAS NO FORD PROBE IN MODEL YEAR 1985
To set the ignition timing on a Ford Probe GT 95 with an MX engine, remove the two 12 mm head bolts holding the distributor in place. Then rotate the distributor to set the ignition timing.
1-3-4-2 Distributor rotation:Clockwise
Follow the bottom Radiator hose and it is behind the distributor on the drivers side.
the camshaft sensor is located in the distributor. you need to purchase the entire distibutor to replace the sensor.
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Any such change would be insignificant.
The mass of the planet creates a force=mg on the probe and f=ma occurs and the probe is accelerated by this force, thus changing its path.
my 97 ford probe GT does not start sorry for the mistakes
Yes. Be sure to change the neutral switch from your probe as the mazda's will plug in but is wired different.
Follow the bottom radiator hose and it will lead you under the distributor and you will just have to take the two 12mm bolts out and there it is.
plug wiers or plugs. it could also be somthing with the distributor.