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butterfly stuck? jets bad? or carb is shot maybe need to rebuild it does the throttle move

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Apr 30, 2010

I likely have the pic you need. But first, what are you working on? You have a 84? 83? Crown? Did you put this motor in? What is it out of?

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Apr 06, 2010

For 1984 Ford LTD 3.8 liter V-6 VIN "3" TBI check...


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1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Apr 04, 2010

Here's the diagram you asked for...


1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Apr 04, 2010

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1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Apr 03, 2010

135624 with no 1 at the front of the car.hope that helps.

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Apr 03, 2010

I'd be severely worried if you didn't have coolant in your engine!

I presume that you meant you are finding coolant in the oil or that there's lots of steam coming from the exhaust even after the engine has warmed up.

If so, then there is no temporary fix. Putting the job off will at best ruin the cylinder head and at worst completely wreck the engine, so basically the longer it's left, the higher the costs.

There is only one fix and it's a full head gasket replacement and top end overhaul. If you have been filling the cooling system with water only and there is no antifreeze/corrosion preventer in the coolant then the engine block may already be ruined, but I've rarely encountered that situation except when working on engines which have had years of abuse and poor servicing.

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Feb 25, 2010

I would start by checking the oil, if the oil is milky on the dipstick it most likely has a blown head gasket. Then make sure the exhaust is normal. Does it smell bitter sweet or is it a white cloud? if it does it is a head gasket issue.

Heater not working could be thermostat or plugged heater core. I would place my money on the thermostat if the rest of it checks out.

Keep your head about you and you might be able to get this car cheap over a simple $8 part.

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Feb 10, 2010

Give away sign for blown head gasket is water in the oil and or oil in the water.

Check your engine oil dipstick. If there is water there ...

Expect to pay at least $2000.00 for this repair.

Im sorry to answer this for you

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Oct 27, 2009

What do you need to adjust? What is the symptom?
If you need to adjust the idle, there is an idler screw that has a tension spring on it so it will stay in place. Tighten it clockwise to increase the idle RPM and counter-clockwise to lower the idleing RPM.
Treat the linkage arms with carburator cleaning spray (AutoZone $4).

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Sep 26, 2009

Step1 Disconnect the black negative cable from the battery. Step2 Raise the vehicle using a jack and support it safely on jack stands if necessary. Depending on your vehicle model, you might have to install and wire the starter-solenoid assembly from underneath the car. Step3 Bring the starter as close as possible to its mounting bracket on the engine. Sometimes you can use the jack to support it while you make the electrical connections, and this comes in handy since the starter is somewhat heavy and awkward to work on while you hold it with one hand. Step4 Use a wrench or ratchet and socket to connect the red battery cable to the big bolt on the solenoid and the bypass ignition terminal wire to the small bolt underneath the first bolt. If there is enough room, you might want to start threading the starter mounting bolts without tightening them before you make the connections. Step5 Make sure the wires are well connected and finish mounting the starter on the engine. Step6 Lower the vehicle and reconnect the black negative cable. Remote-Mounted Solenoid Step1 Disconnect the black negative cable from the battery. Step2 Mount the solenoid in place in the engine compartment using a wrench or ratchet and socket. Step3 Connect the red cable coming from the battery to the large bolt on the left-hand side of the solenoid. Step4 Connect the starter cable to the large bolt located on the right-hand side of the solenoid. Step5 Connect the control wire to the small control circuit terminal on the left-hand side of the solenoid. It is usually marked with the letter "S" . Step6 Connect the other small wire to the ignition bypass terminal, which is on the right-hand side of the solenoid. Step7 Reconnect the black negative battery cable.

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1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Mar 01, 2009

first how do you know the water pump is fine. Did you replace it. It could be on just a litle crooked. Check the sides of the radiator very closely. After it has been running and hot. You cant find many leaks when the car is cold. The leaks come out when under pressure. Check your fill tank, and the vacume release tube going from the fill tank to the radiator. is it cracked, broken, CLOGGED, or disconnected?

1984 Ford LTD | Answered on Feb 01, 2009

The blower can be located under the passenger side dash or under the hood on the passenger side firewall. Remove the screws and electrical connector to the blower motor and it will come out.

Ford LTD Cars &... | Answered on Jun 08, 2015

check for an automatic choke setting. It should hang up on the throttle linkage until the unit gets hot and unwinds the choke butterfly off.

Ford LTD Cars &... | Answered on Mar 19, 2015

By now the blower motor should have been replaced a few times so hopefully it will be less hard. Disconnect the orange power wire at the rear of the right hood hinge and the black ground from the upper cowl. Remove the right front tire and wheel assembly. There should be an access panel in the fender. Remove it and you should see your blower motor. Remove the 4 motor mounting screws and disconnect the cooler tube from the motor. slide the motor and wheel assemby out the acess hole.
Hope this helps.

Ford LTD Cars &... | Answered on Jan 19, 2014

You should be able to find a used repair book or shop manual on Ebay.
Auto parts stores sell new repair books.

Ford LTD Cars &... | Answered on Mar 17, 2013

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