20 Most Recent 1995 Ford Escort Questions & Answers

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1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Mar 12, 2019

Hi my name is Tom and I can help you.

Driving with your emergency brake on is only going to affect your rear brakes. There is a cable running from the emergency brake lever to your rear brakes.

You did not say how long you drove with the emergency brake on, but even a short distance and you forced the front brakes to do the work of stopping the car. This causes overuse which translates to heat. When the brakes over heat they "fade" and do not stop the car effectively.

In addition the heavy load of doing all the stopping causes the brakes not to realign. Therefore, when you go around corners the brakes pads will rub against the rotors.

I would suggest you get the brakes looked at or look at them yourself. I can help you do the job but I would need to talk to you directly. Let me know what I can do to help.


1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Oct 23, 2018

Those are dealer only parts, try a Ford dealer that sells parts on line. The other is to make them up from bulk hose.

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

Try cleaning the throttle body and check the gap on all the spark plugs also all electrical sensor plugs and battery terminals this could be related to engine temperature also if to hot rpms stay up longer to cool off but maybe your idle air control valve is bad when did it start?

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Feb 09, 2018

You're jus going to have to take the unit apart and find what is binding up the cable or blend door. Maybe something in the blend door path, a toy or something that ha fallen in the ducts.

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Dec 05, 2017

Testing the fuel pump electrical circuit would be the way to see if the fuel is the problem ! Learning how to test automotive electrical systems would also be helpful .
Fuel Pump Electrical Circuits Description and Operation
Also looking at a wiring diagram for your vehicle would be helpful as well . You would do that to see what all is involved in the fuel pump electrical circuit on your vehicle. Also pulling a spark plug wire while cranking the engine over to check for spark .
Free wiring diagrams herehttp://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Enter the vehicle info. year , make , model and engine size . Under system click on engine ,then under subsystem click on fuel controls . Click the search button ,then the blue links.
But first ,hook up a fuel pressure gauge instead of guessing if it's the fuel pump . You don't know any of this , suggest you take it to a qualified repair shop .

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Aug 01, 2017

Mass air flow sensor maybe ! What is the mass air flow sensor voltage . What is TPS voltage , Check engine light on ? Testing these engine sensors an others , plus fuel system pressure an flow testing is the way to a fix ! Not somebodys guess on here . Plus not just replacing parts . Learning how it all works an testing fixes cars !
Hooking up testing equipment , scan tool , DVOM - digital volt ohm meter , lab scope etc....
Motor Age TST Diagnosing Driveability with Global OBD II

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Apr 11, 2017

blinkers have a relay ,,that is the clicking
clicking all the time means the indicator switch and relay are

if all the wires are running through the relay correctly

check all the earths at the bulbs


1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Mar 22, 2017

Sounds more like it's running lean. Have you checked fuel pressure at the rail? Could be the filter. Also try pulling the vacuum line off the regulator to see if the diaphragm is split and leaking fuel into the manifold.

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Mar 05, 2017

first you should know that there is an electromagnetic clutch on the compressor and it is going to appear to be free turning unless there is power to it. Second is a switch that is in line with the power to the clutch and that switch opens and wont let power to the clutch if the Freon is low. Third is the fuse that you may be able to find a diagram for at autozone dot come. Make a free account and then login and put in the year make and model and go browse the free repair guides.

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Oct 28, 2016

Chances are the head gasket is leaking compression into different cylinders, or the crankcase. It could also have damaged the timing belt.

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Oct 28, 2016

I looked at interference engine list.
Ford engines
1.8L--1.9 L and 2.0L sohc are not interference engines. I can only go by the database info.

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Oct 28, 2016

Not necessarily. If you can give me your engine size (I know it's probably 4 cylinder/but please verify so I don't waste any time) I'll let you know exactly. The engines that are the reason for your question are referred to as Interference - I believe. It's either an interference engine or not - if it is, then when you're timing belt snaps, unfortunately all your valves are still going - doesn't mean you'll damage them, but means you can. A belt snapping as you're pulling out of the driveway at 3 mph - not a lot of RPM - may be lucky. Doing 85 on the interstate? More likely damage could occur. I'll double check if you verify engine size/no problem at all. All The Best, Justin McCartney 17 South Industries, LLC

1995 Ford Escort | Answered on Oct 28, 2016

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