Question about 1991 Ford Tempo 4 Door
We recently purchased a 91 ford tempo and it has recently developed an overheating problem which cases it to lose power. it only seems to overheat when the fuel gauge drops to about 1 quarter of a tank
Replace the radiator cap
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Replace the car. the ford tempo and the mercury topaz are bad cars .you will always have trouble with these cars.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The "inertia switch" which shuts off fuel to the engine in the event of a collision or jolt on a 1991 through 1996 models, as well as on 1998 coupes, is located in the rear of the vehicle, near the right (passenger's side) strut tower. On sedan and coupe models, open the trunk and remove the right-sided trim panel. On sedan and coupe models, open the trunk and remove the right-side trim panel. On hatchback and wagon models, there may be an access door secured by clips. On some models you may need to remove the lower quarter trim panel on the right side, however it is easier to cut an access hole directly above the switch.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
The leaking from one tank to another was covered by a recall from Ford. Not sure if they still foot the bill for installation of the required check valves. These are still available from the dealership. The rear one is the hardest to install. The check valve can be installed without pulling the rear tank. As for your front sender I would clean all of the connections to the sender and make sure it has a decent ground. If it still only reads at the 1/4 tank level you will have to replace the sender to rectify the problem.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Is this a flex fuel vehicle. If so, call the dealership and ask the parts dept. if there is a gauge module (perhaps behind the instrument cluster). This may be the culprit and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 10, 2012
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