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Where is knock sensor on 1993 mercury capri 1.6l non turbo

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SOURCE: mercury capri alternator getting very hot

its the alternator pulley thats defective and in order to pull the alternator you a have to take off the piece with the hoses on it above the alternator and you can wiggle it out

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SOURCE: 1992 Mercury Capri IAT

it is located in and is a part of the airflow meter.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Where is my IAT sensor located? Its a 1992 Mercury

Save your money and don't attach the module, it does not work. It only works during idle and after that the O2 and MAP sensors take over to control the air fuel ratio and timing. Take note that if there is a conflict with the program to your ecm's parameters, your engine will run under limp mode default which would result in less HP and performance. Good luck and if you need ore performance just spend the extra to have your car Dyno Turned. 

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Mercury Capri IAT

This is a very good online manual for the Capri.


http://www.techcapri.com/Repair/Capri_Service_Manual.htm

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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it is located in and is a part of the airflow meter.

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