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I need help installing the intake manifold reconecting hoses on 93 ford probe

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Be Sure your plans are designed for the right engine- 3.0 / 4.0 or even the smaller 4 cyls. The intake hose routing is different between engines. Make sure you do not have any EVAP system problems, this will cause your water for fuel generator to run problematic, meaning your engine may not be receiving the proper fuel/return pressure it needs causing an overtemp situation on your heads. good luck

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SOURCE: need diagram of vacuum hoses for 1993 ford

you need to change the modulator on the trans as its vacuum controlled and itsdamaged letting auto fluid get sucked up the line,(diaphragm probably split in modulator

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SOURCE: IM installing a turbo on a 93 ford probe gt and i

ran it without oil stoped shut it off now it wont start it cranks all day but dont start

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heat rises upwards so put the one from the pump to the bottom connection

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SOURCE: diagram for intake manifold and fuel lines

I have a 1994 Ford Probe with a Mazda MX6 2L 4 cyl engine.
When I started the car, lots of white smoke comes out of the exhaust.
Thinking it was an oil problem, I had new valve stem seals installed, plus a new head gasket etc, The 4 cylinders all have excellent equal pressure.
This did not solve the problem, as I now realize that the white smoke is actually water steam, and not oil.
The engine fuel mixture is running too rich, as the plugs are
very black.
Is it possible that the problem could be due to something wrong
with the inlet manifold? Could a broken manifold gasket cause these symptoms.
I do not have a car manual, but someone said that they think there is some sort of water pipe which is connected to the inlet manifold. (Which might account for the steam)
Can anyone please give me some advice on this problem.

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How do I remove 93 ford probe intake manifold


2.0 or 2.5?
here is 2.0
if you need more just let me know
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable, then isolate cable end with electrical tape or equivalent.
  2. Remove air intake system and fuel line mounting bracket.
  3. Disconnect throttle cable.
  4. Disconnect coolant line from idle air bypass air valve.
  5. Disconnect coolant and vacuum lines from throttle body. Mark vacuum lines for installation reference.
  6. Disconnect throttle position sensor connector.
  7. On models with automatic transaxle, disconnect idle switch connector.
  8. Disconnect brake booster vacuum line from back lefthand side of intake manifold.
  9. Disconnect EGR temperature sensor connector, if equipped.
  10. Disconnect speed control vacuum line from back righthand side of intake manifold.
  11. Disconnect EGR solenoid connectors.
  12. Remove PCV valve from cylinder head cover.
  13. Raise and support vehicle.
  14. Remove intake manifold support bracket, then the EGR pipe from intake manifold.
  15. Lower vehicle and remove intake manifold attaching bolts and nuts.
  16. Remove intake manifold and discard gasket.
Intake Manifold Tightening Sequence 42193235

  1. Reverse procedure to install. Torque bolts and nuts in sequence to 14-19 ft lb.
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Jan 09, 2015 | 1993 Ford Probe

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Replace themostst


Hello ,

The thermostat is located on the right side of the engine looking in,between the intake manifold and the air filter box, underneath the wiring. This is in a 1994 Ford Probe GT 6 cylinder.

To replace the thermostat, you really need to remove the intake manifold and this can be up to two or three hours work alone, even for a qualified mechanic.

It is in the housing at the engine end of the upper rad hose. When replacing it make sure the spring on the thermostat is toward the engine.

NOTE: Remove the air intake box so you can see below. There is a pipe running right into the bell housing where the thermostat is housed. There is one bolt that you need to remove (it is to the right,below the distributor) Then there are the other 12 mm bolts on the bell of the thermostat housing to remove. After removing those the thermostat should be able to come right out.

Thank you, hope this helps you out.
Bill
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Aug 07, 2011 | 1994 Ford Probe

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Cant find heater hose cand find the one from water pump


I believe the reason that you are not able to find the hose coming from the water pump is because you haven't removed your intake manifold yet. The hose comes out directly behind the pump and runs under the intake to the back of the engine. Do you need to repair it? If repair is needed make sure you have a torque wrench and a sequence order for removing and installing the manifold bolts. I hope I could be of some help to you.

Dec 09, 2010 | 1988 Ford F 150

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IM installing a turbo on a 93 ford probe gt and i


ran it without oil stoped shut it off now it wont start it cranks all day but dont start

Feb 10, 2010 | 1993 Ford Probe

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93 Ford Probe 4cyl won't stay running


If it starts and runs, but then dies putting in gear or accelerating, check the thick ribbed rubber air intake hose between the throttle body and the air cleaner. Look for a crack in the ribs of the hose and replace if necessary. Common issue

Jan 15, 2010 | 1993 Ford Probe

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1995 ford probe


The mass air flow sensor is right by the airbox.... It has two screws holding it into a body. Unplug it, unscrew it, and take it out of the housing. Its literally in plain view. Take it out and CAREFULLY put the new one in. Make sure not to damage the electrodes on the new mass air flow sensor. It's not even six inches from where you put in the air filter. Intake hose going to the intake manifold.

Jun 10, 2009 | 1995 Ford Probe

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I have a 2000 ford focus DOHC when you stop it


I think this is all due to your vacuum leak.
Look for a hose not connected to the throttle body or the intake manifold. Use a piece of hose to find the source of the leak. Hold one end near ear and probe around the engine carefully.

May 09, 2009 | 2000 Ford Focus

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Intake manifold vacume hoses


Be Sure your plans are designed for the right engine- 3.0 / 4.0 or even the smaller 4 cyls. The intake hose routing is different between engines. Make sure you do not have any EVAP system problems, this will cause your water for fuel generator to run problematic, meaning your engine may not be receiving the proper fuel/return pressure it needs causing an overtemp situation on your heads. good luck

Jul 17, 2008 | 1999 Ford Ranger SuperCab

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