I need the wiring diagragm for a 93 wiring dia gragham for a 93 mark 8 for the fuel injection system so I can use it in a 54 panel van basically A stand alone diagragm so it will run without all the emmissions and anti theft etc just trans fan ant other basically needed devices like fuel pump?
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posted 3 times now and forget to say FRONT SENSOR> right, not the Rear 02 sensor....? and still no engine stated.! nor country, (USA calif, usa FED, or canada) strike three you are out. sorry. there are 3 engines, based on all 3 engine schematics, my wild guess is 7AFE engine. (the brown wire clue) 1,8L 4AFE (1.6L) or 1ZZFE engine, DOHC 1.8L
you posted 3 times, and all 3 times same question but if you read your other posts, bingo. you never said the symptoms nor said if it is the front or rear 02 sensor. so i toss coin and land FRONT. B1S1. i did answer for all 3 engines, documented the oxygen sensor B1S1 on all 3 ECU's
the relay is in the VCRM which is a box-looking module located in front of the radiator on the driver side-remove the panel above the headlights, that's where it is. They can be found on ebay (used) for about $50-60 plus shipping, or check Lincoln forum for sale sections, it is a very specific piece of electronic equipment and it serves multiple duties like fuel injection and air conditioning compressor. You can use one out of a 94 or 95 Mark VIII also. I have a couple of spares. with these cars you need them.
Your Lincoln has the fuel injected engine. Jack up and support the vehicle. Relieve the pressure of the fuel line by removing the gas cap and also depress the schrader valve on the fuel rail. Be very carefull as to not spill gas on a hot surface. Make sure the vehicle is cooled down. The fuel filter is located in line on the frame rail. Most of the Lincolns have a threaded fitting and a push on fitting. Put a pan under the filter to catch the fuel. On the push on fittin, push in on the line and remove the clip. I use a pair of neddle nose pliers to remove them. Use wrenches on the other end, 5/8 and 3/4". There is a band clamp that needs to be removed and then the filter comes off. Reverse the procedure to install the new filter.
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thermostat is located in the radiator to block hose. if you
look directly under the power steering reservoir you should see it.
The thermostat has 3 hoses running from it. 2 are approx. 1.5"
in dia and 1 is approx .750" in dia. The .750" hose leads up to the
coolant reservoir. and yes it is under the power steering reservoir