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This one's on me fella's.

Can't believe someone would charge $150 for that.

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1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Aug 21, 2018


I would visually check for spark at the plugs, to make sure spark is getting to the plugs. If spark everywhere, use a gage and check proper fuel pressure and fuel injector pulse.
How long since a tune-up? Any applicable trouble codes?

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Feb 11, 2018


If you send me your email I will send you the diagram. Outdoorsman592003@gmail.com

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Sep 03, 2014


If you have confirmed that the fuel pump is good, change the fuel filter.
Its prob the pump or filter.

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Apr 06, 2014


This is probably a single fuse out. Check the fuses under the dash on the driver side...should be number 11slot and a 15 amp

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Apr 02, 2014


on the front rad support or a manual

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Mar 04, 2014


lots of these fasteners the car manufacturers use are pretty cheap..sometimes I use a special 90* set of wirecutters to cut through certain fasteners..they are like a pair of pliers but with a wirecutting head on them..sort of like a mini bolt cutter..in severe cases I have actually use an angle grinder to cut through it or a sawsall..depending on the room to work..which is usually very small..it may require two people for removal as one needs to be inside and one outside..sorry I wasnt much help here..

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Dec 14, 2013


This car came standard with power door locks and the lock actuators are frozen up and this keeps you from turning the key to open the doors.

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


older vehicles that have a breather/air filter on top of the carburetor. They have 2 sensors on the bottom of the air filter case that go to vacuum lines. replace the 2 sensors. They help for damp and or cold weather starting.

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Nov 08, 2013


I think the speedo head is probably good. You need to check the speedo cable and the gear at the end of the cable housing. If the gear is cupped in the center it is worn out. Replace the gear by the color code at your local Ford dealer. The other scenario would be that the gear on the output shaft is worn also. This would require the tailshaft be removed from the tranny and the nylon gear replaced on the output shaft. Good luck.

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Feb 19, 2013


check at the light relay switch and the dimmer switch. that's usually were the problem is . if you could tell me what of vehicle it is i might know more.

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Feb 16, 2013


The question is can you replace the car for cost of trans mission and is their anything else wrong with this vehicle. mileage also comes into play so you can get an idea of what repairs are going to be down the road.This has to be a personal decision. On an older car things will break sooner or later I always try to buy the newest car I can afford with the least mileage and try to upgrade when possible

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Feb 13, 2013


change out both the speed sensors for the transmission...when one goes bad the next will soon follow. A call to a parts store or ford center can get you the location of where they are located.

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Jan 18, 2013


this is a combination of issues from whomever did the work..first, in order to remove the valve covers, all the hardware on top had to be removed, to include some vacuum equipment and hoses, and the shifter link arm on the drivers side of the firewall. if these hoses arent reconnected properly, the running of the car is effected, and if the shift link arm wasnt adjusted when reinstalled, it wont shift right at all.. if the folks who worked on it wont repair it for free(and you are allowed to watch them do it) then take your bill and the defunct car to another dealer garage who will make it right and charge the bill to the former garage..nothing gets my goat worse than someone who doesnt have a clue what they are doing to my car, thats why all my work is done by me, unless I cant do it myself..(which hasnt happened yet) if you know what you are doing, fixing the vacuum system hoses and such(using a diagram from the auto parts store,) will assist the running of the engine, the shifter adjust is eithewr up top on the steering column under the hood, or under the bottom at the transmission itself...put the car in park firmly and see where the shift arm(once loosened ) sets..adjust it to fit as its supposed to be and it should shift right with all gears present..good luck..

1990 Ford LTD... | Answered on Jan 13, 2013

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