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What tools will i need to repair the brakes on a 1994 ford escort lx?

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Simple Metric Wrenches are all you should need, depending on what you are doing, screw drivers maybe depending again on what you are doing. possibly a clamp

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Parking brake - 1990 Ford Escort Lx


check whether the handbrake cable is working or not. Jack it up on stands and pull handbrake. then the wheel which is the problem strip it and check it inside even asking someone slowly slowly to pull the hand brake and watch to see what is working and what is not, probably the retainers are not working or no collect thickness of brake shoes etc.

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My girlfriend's 1994 Ford Escort LX is stuck in park and won't shift.


Do you mean you can not move the shift lever? If so when you push down the brake pedal do you hear the shfit lock out solenoid move (click)? If not then check power to the shift lock out solenoid (fuse). Hope this is helpful.

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Where is the clutch hydraulic reservoir on a 1993 ford escort lx?


The clutch and brake system use the same reservoir, there is a hose coming out from the side of the reservoir that goes over to the clutch master cylinder. Sometimes the brake fluid level goes low as brake pads wear and lowers the fluid level too low to work the clutch. Hope this helps, let me know.

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Need the lay out for a 1994 ford escort lx station wagon fuse box.also for the one under the hood.


Check this image...

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Also, I suggest check your Ford Escort - Owners Manual

Good luck (remember comment and rated this).

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We took it to a gargage and had them look at it.

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It will say on the cap, known as the filler cap.

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check the "repair info" section at autozone.com. If not on there, check your local library for a Chilton or Hayes repair manual

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from memory... fuse 14 I think, its about 5 th from the bottom on the right hand side of the fusebox under the dash.

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