Installing parts and Finding parts in a fixable car.
Everything else is almost all good for this car (1990 Ford Festiva. . . . . don't know if it's a 3.1), except that I am trying to change the fuel pump. Thing is, is that I'm wondering if its safe to put in an all purpose fuel pump into my car. Also I cannot find where the fuel pump is located at for a Standard Fuel Injected festiva. And by the way where could I find a good body kit for this type of car?
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Probably blew the head gasket, warped the head or the timing belt is broken. Look inside the oil fill cap and watch to see if anything is moving inside, cam shaft or rockers, when you crank the engine over. If you can see them and they don't move, the belt is broken. Probably time to get rid of it and find something else to drive.
The Festiva door handle is very easy to replace. It is bolted on with phillips head screws that screw into the door. Simply remove the old one and use the same screws on the new one. Maybe you meant the handle that you pull to open the door? To replace that one you have to remove the door panel and then you can see the phillips screws to release it and then jusy unhook the rods and replace the new on the same way the old one came off.
Well did you use 10w - 30 if so then switch to the 5w-30 the reason the car needs a lighter oil in the cold weather. i usually use 10w during the summer helps keep the engine a little cooler on longer runs but during the winter u need the lighter oil so it don't have to work so hard to keep going.