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always remember your TDC

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Dec 23, 2010


If all the brake lights won't work, try checking the fuse for the brake lights. If it's still good, try replacing the bulbs, sometimes they go out one by one and we don't notice it until they're all out. Those are the most common problems.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Dec 19, 2010


It is inside the gas tank with the fuel level sending unit. There may be a rubber plug in the bottom of the trunk that you can remove to gain access to it otherwise you have to drop the fuel tank. There is a lock ring holding it in that you have to unscrew to remove them.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Nov 04, 2010


reversing the battery connections may result in damage to the one way rectifiers in the alternator. In other words you probably fried your alternator

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Sep 06, 2010


YOU ARE LOOKING AT A ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR.IT DOES CONTROL COOLANT FANS.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Aug 21, 2010


The most likely problem in your car is the pick-up coil in the distributor.You need to take off the distributor cap and then remove the rotor button and then the plate under it.Now you need to remove the the reluctor wheel and then the ignition module(a 5.5 mm socket ground down some to fit or the proper tool from ford),then the pick-up will come out.Testing it is almost impossible but it is an item that has a high failure rate so i would start there.l

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Jul 30, 2010


What year and engine do you have in the car? Once I have that info, I can get you a wiring diagram or a probable cause to explore.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Jul 22, 2010


Check all fuses first. If you have done that, make sure to carefully check all wires that lead to your coil and distributor for bad connections and corrosion (blue powder on wires) clean and replace as needed. There is also usually an ignition module on or near the distributor. This could also be the problem if it wasn't replaced.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Jun 12, 2010


FOR EXACT LOCATION I NEED THE YEAR MAKE & MODEL

CRANK SENSOR IS NORMALY NEXT TO THE LOWER PULLEY

CAM SENSOR IS CENTER WAY UP FROM THAT

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Jun 05, 2010


need the year ofr the vehicle and include anything else that I might need when I look up your requested information

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Apr 15, 2010


was the alt new? how meany volts do you have?

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Nov 21, 2009


check out the service manual pdf files on techcapri.com i believe they have one there.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


when this happend to me i still had all gears. there is no pin or bolt, the shifter is held in place with epoxy and pressure.. its ****, total ****. i suggest looking at the pdf service manuals on www.techcapri.com and re-building the area that holds the shifter in place. this involves removing the shifter head and leather-ish boot around it (may as well clean it while you've got it off) and then pulling the shifter up into place. then from the underside of the car, inserting some epoxy and or reinforcement brackets (to make it stronger than it originally was) to hold it in place. i used two pieces of 1/8th thick aluminium underneath the little tabs that were originaly glued/pressured into place.

please note the manuals on techcapri are for the 91-93 modles our 94 modle is slightly different, but the manual is still very helpful for identifying parts and how to get at them.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


perhaps something is obstruting it. Can you open manually? IF so, open, look at it closely and start with wd to loosen some of the mechanism. then, with assistance, have someone turn on lights and you can feel the motion and try to isolate it. If the motor is working, something else is stopping it from opening. Also, motors make noise sometimes, even when they aren't working correctly. Let's see where that takes you.

Mercury Capri... | Answered on May 05, 2009


buy a new light switch for the vehicle

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Dec 01, 2008


There are two fuses for the lights one is under the hood and one is under the dash try both of those. THERE IS ALSO A MANUAL WAY OF RAISING THEM TURN THE LITTLE KNOBS BEHIND THE LIGHT WHEN YOU OPEN THE HOOD. There is a large plug in under the lights the passange side is easy to see the other side is a little hardier. Make sure they are plugged in an no corroision on the terminals . I have a 91' conv also had the same problem. I have a problem with mine i keep throwing the altenator belt off can't figure it out is there a spacier between the bracket and altenator?

Mercury Capri... | Answered on Oct 31, 2008


attached to the bellhousing between engine and transmission

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