Question about 1994 Mercury Topaz
Go to an auto parts store and buy the Hanes manualfor Mercury Topaz of the years range you need. It is all in there!
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
possibly the oil pressure sending unit- looks like a small spark plug screwed into the engine with one wire going to it
Posted on May 30, 2009
Low Engine Oil Pressure
The oil light is signaling low oil pressure in the engine's lubrication system. You say that you have checked the oil level in the engine and it is ok.
The oil pressure needs to be checked with an oil pressure gauge. (It is most unlikely that the warning light is faulty).
Should the oil pressure prove to be low - as I expect it will - the cause needs to be investigated. It is likely that there is a malfunctioning or failed oil pump or the oil pressure relief valve is sticking in the fully open position.
Failure to change the engine oil, at least at intervals stated by the manufacturer, will result in severe oil degradation and reduced oil pressure. However this is usually not enough to trigger an oil pressure warning light.
If you have changed the engine oil in the last six months or so, and have not done over about 7000 miles since then, oil degradation should not be contributing to the low pressure problem.
If the oil pressure gauge check confirms low oil pressure I suspect, on further investigation, that you will find a problem with the engine's oil pump.
You will need to get your vehicle to a reputable auto service shop to have the oil pressure checked and the problem investigated. Do not drive the car in this condition (except to get it to the repairer). The engine is not receiving sufficient lubrication and you run the risk of expensive engine damage and total engine failure.
Hope all goes well with it. Cheers.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Harbor Freight and most local body shop supply stores should have a suction-cup type tool for pulling out dents. You maybe able to remove the inner fender well to get to the dent. To remove the fender, you'll need to remove the top fender bolts, the bolts that attach it to the header panel, and the bolts holding it on back by the door.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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SOURCE: to repace the oil pan
yes. it makes slipping the oil pan easier to get around the oil pump.You will also want to purchase new gaskets for the exhaust just to prevent any headaches that may arise from this project.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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