Question about 1992 Ford Tempo
I just got a tempo that only has 75K [yes 75K, purchased from an older couple who bought the car brand new in 92] miles on it. Here of late the car has decided to only turn over but not crank. It is getting spark, has a brand new distributor on it [older couple had it installed not me.]. I am thinking it is fuel related, but cannot seem to find the valve to hook my pressure tester on to. I have never worked on a 2.3L engine, only a ford escot 1.9L engine. It is manifold injected, has mass air flow on it, and of course has a distributor. Anyone who could help me out, I would appreciate it. Thank you.
A Schrader Valve is like the ones you have on your wheels. The stems. They are also located on the airconditioning unit , and the fuel pressure line in your engine.
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