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1993 mercury Capri, noise in front end, steering wheel moves to the left while rolling

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Sounds like very bad bearings. Get this fixed (its hard to do yourself) because it's dangerous to run the car with bearings this bad...blueamber...I've owned 6 capris like this

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1993 mercury capri heater will only blow cold air


The linkage under the dash sometimes breaks, the picture shows the most common part that breaks. You can see this from the drivers side, its a back breaker to get in there to see it, trust me!!! You'll have to find a junkyard Capri to get this part if its broke, OR... Look at the picture near the 'A'. That plastic arm is supposed to move like that double-ended arrow line shows. That is what does not move to give you heat when the part breaks. In a pinch, you can tie a string to the part, and run the sring where you can get to it from inside teh car. Just a tug, and you've got heat, until you can find the broken part. Good luck...Chris

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I put 20/50 oil in is that ok. Also don't know where to put brake fluid And my front tires are making noise when I turn left.

20w-50 is alright if you are somewhere that is very hot, all the time-I'd go easy on the petal when it is warming up though, the oil pressure will be enough to encourage oil leaks.

Brake fluid goes into the master cylinder which is located directly in front of the driver, inside the engine compartment. It is up high, pretty much above mostly every thing else, just forward the firewall.

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Front end roaring when going down the road. front wheel drive. not sure of the problem

try rocking the steering wheel from right to left if the noise changes you have a wheel bearing problem.

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Need to relpace lug nuts, what is needed to remove the hub?

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