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1993 Ford Escort Temperature Gauge Spikes







Had the new converter and exhaust gaauge at Ion for back pressure, etc. Any use would be tablets!. All siad to check the OS best It's a consistent fix.

Just an update for anyone who may be curious. I took it in and had it diagnosed But naturally, that's not the only thing that needs replacing. My timing belt 1993 ford escort temperature gauge spikes in need of some help and the spark plug wires are arcing. Total of about plus tax is the damage and 2 days with no vehicle. Just this week my escortmiles started the same thing. I replaced the fuel pump and the throttle position sensor last night. This morning it happened again and I had to hitch a ride on to work. I'm now told by a friend who had the same problem 1993 ford escort temperature gauge spikes is probably one of the oxygen sensors as that was Poke slut was wrong with his.

I'll replace both of them this afternoon and hope for the best. Your problem may have been solved with the throttle position sensor but it did help mine. I had posted earlier about an idle problem with my '98 Escort and I got some great suggestions. But after cleaning the fuel injectors, replacing the air idle control and checking for a vaccuum leak I still had a high idle. It turns out the problem was with the PCV valve. So, is anyone else is running into idle problems, you may want to try pinching that off to see if it makes a difference. It's a cheap fix. Drove it 12 miles to a friends with no problems.

Half ways back coming home it started up again Someone siad to check the OS valve Does it just die when your in motion out of no where or does it give you a bit of warning when its about to shut off? I am willing to listen and help if i can. Hearing all of the bad reviews on the poor transmissions in these cars, I was sure the hesitation in mine meant it was about to go as well. I went ahead and changed the spark plugs and wires knowing that it needed to be done. I never thought this would fix my stutter but it did. My suggestion--upgrade your wires and plugs to professional series.

This fixed my problems but even if this doesn't fix yours, you should be impressed with the horsepower results. Pull the timing belt cover and recheck the timing. And more importantly, while your down there, check the vibration dampener harmonic balancer for worn keyway and also check half-moon key in crankshaft for wear and check keyway in crankshaft for wear. Any wear that would cause a problem will be noticeable.

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Also check the bolt holding the dampener on for looseness when removing. Use forv tight on this bolt and torque to specs dord reinstalling. I had a timing belt put on several months ago so I doubt its that. So off to Radio Shack to get these values. While I was there I decided to get a few more values in between for grins and giggles. I spend about five bucks to get them. They're big "bathtub" 10 watt resistors.

You can get smaller physical sizes wattage but I found these easier to work with. Here' forrd what I got, each had two per pack, 2 10 ohms, 2 50 ohms, and 2 ohms resistors: I made two Resistor configurations to provide my Values for Testing: You don't even need a knowledge of ohms law to do this. Two 10 ohm resistors in series as shown will give you a 10 Ohm value between points "A" and "B" and a 20 ohm value between point "A" and "C". Then take the remaining ones and twist together the two ohm values and also twist together the two 50 ohm values and then simply connect them in series as shown. Now you've got 25 ohms between points "D" and "E", 50 ohms between points "E" and "F" and 75 ohms between "D" and "F".